HELP - someone tp certify our signatures

Questions about selling property
Post Reply
thelma65
Posts: 11
Joined: 09 Dec 2010 01:30

HELP - someone tp certify our signatures

Post by thelma65 » 20 Sep 2017 17:01

The bank have sent us a draft document (a waiver )and have asked us to complete it with my details.
it says Please note that signatures must be certified by a certifying officer.

therefore my question is - WHO CAN CERTIFY OUR SIGNING THE DOCUMENT?

CAN IT BE ANY LAYWER / SOLICITOR IN THE UK ?
OR DOES IT HAVE TO BE THE CYPRUSS EMBASSY ONLY?

The other question is - we are based in Cannock - Staffordshire - where is the closest person or embassy to us?
Obviusley I would prefer a solicitor as there are many local to me -

but can anyone help me understand whom I need to go to please?



Nigel Howarth
Site Admin
Posts: 2295
Joined: 24 Oct 2007 14:38
Location: Erimi, Limassol, Cyprus
Contact:

Re: HELP - someone tp certify our signatures

Post by Nigel Howarth » 20 Sep 2017 23:54

Hi Thelma

You'll need to speak with the nearest Cyprus Government office to yourself. I suggest you contact the Cyprus High Commission in London - see http://www.mfa.gov.cy/mfa/highcom/londo ... enDocument

Regards,


Nigel Howarth
Independent information & advice for Cyprus property buyers
Contact Nigel Howarth
Read the latest Cyprus property news

Pantheman
Posts: 505
Joined: 26 Jan 2008 14:44
Location: Famagusta District
Contact:

Re: HELP - someone tp certify our signatures

Post by Pantheman » 21 Sep 2017 08:50

thelma65 wrote:
20 Sep 2017 17:01
The bank have sent us a draft document (a waiver )and have asked us to complete it with my details.
it says Please note that signatures must be certified by a certifying officer.

therefore my question is - WHO CAN CERTIFY OUR SIGNING THE DOCUMENT?

CAN IT BE ANY LAYWER / SOLICITOR IN THE UK ?
OR DOES IT HAVE TO BE THE CYPRUSS EMBASSY ONLY?

The other question is - we are based in Cannock - Staffordshire - where is the closest person or embassy to us?
Obviusley I would prefer a solicitor as there are many local to me -

but can anyone help me understand whom I need to go to please?
A public notary can do this by method of Apostile (or something of that description). You don't have to go to an Embassy.

Here is what the BoC asked of one of our clients in the UK.

Send the documents to you via email which you must print and take to one of the following bodies to be signed
-any European Embassy
-at a Notary Public
using the Apostile procedure.


Good luck.

Pan


For all your property needs, we offer Trust, Integrity, Honesty.
FSB Properties Ltd
Registered and Licensed Real Estate Company Co. Reg. No. 795, Lic. No. 250/E
http://www.fsbproperties.com

Post Reply