Notary Public & Notarization Service


A notary public is an important part of society because of their role in the signing of legally binding documents.
A notary public is a professional commissioned by the Kingdom of Thailand to witness the signing of documents, administer oaths, authenticate signatures and collect affidavits. Their role is essential in a well-functioning legal system, as it ensures that every party involved in an agreement trusts the authenticity of a signed document. The most important details that notaries public need to confirm are the identity of the people signing a legal document, their willingness to sign and their full awareness of all relevant information regarding the document and what it represents.
After witnessing a document signing, a notary will apply their own seal, signature and notary commission details, as they will act as future proof that all the signatures on the document have been verified and all the facts within the document are true.

What does Juslaws & Consult do during the Notary Public?

Assisting the signees in providing their legally binding signatures.
Checking and confirming that everyone signing the document is in a proper state of mind.
Identifying any potential signs of fraud or coercion by anyone involved in the signing.
Signing and sealing the notarial certificate, stating that all prerequisites for the signing were met.
Confirming the identity of everyone involved in the contract signing.
Administering oaths when necessary.
Being physically present at the time and place of the signing, even if it may involve traveling.
Managing all affidavits, contracts, marriage certificates and other legal documents.
Acting as a witness and confirming the items enclosed within a deposit box.
Keeping a detailed journal of all notary-related activities.
Scheduling future appointments with everyone seeking to hire their services.

Any document that has been certified by a notary public is called a notarized document. People who wish to get certain documents notarized need to make an appointment and visit a notary public; they will then be asked to provide a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport. Once the notary is certain that the identities of all involved parties are correct, the parties can proceed to the document signing. In most situations, the notary public will observe everyone as they sign the document.