Civil law notaries or institutions may occasionally ask you to sign a power of attorney or statement in the presence of a civil law notary. If you need a notarization or a true copy of a document, please contact our legalization desk.
Companies and other organisations often require authentication of their representatives, usually together with a statement that these representatives are authorised to represent the company or organisation. This is called an authorisation.
Authorities and organisations increasingly request true copies (authenticated copies) of official documents like diplomas, passports or deeds. The civil law notary issues a statement certifying that he or she has seen the original. You then do not have to send out the original of your document, but just the true copy.
International and Apostille
If necessary, the civil law notary’s statements on the documents can be issued also in English, French or German. Foreign authorities often ask for an apostille. This means that the Court verifies the civil law notary’s signature.
Costs and Identification
Please contact us for an appointment. We only accept payments by debit card. Please bring your valid, original, passport or other ID to your appointment (no copies).
For further information, please contact:
- Martijn Tigelaar (legalisation desk employee)