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15 Jul 2011 00:00 by nigel188 Star rating in Estepona. 638 posts Send private message

Please Help!!!!!!

Can someone please tell me if I can get Legal Documents certified in Gibraltar without having them Notarized in Spanish as is the case in Spain?  I just need my Documents Certified in English by a Commissioner of Oaths, Public Official or a similar sort of person. Can this been done in Gibraltar according to English Law? Does anyone now how much they would charge?


Many Thanks




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15 Jul 2011 16:56 by Faro Star rating in London. 1139 posts Send private message


You can have this done in Spain - ie witness execution of affidavit or certify documents etc.

If you do it in Gib then the will probably work off UK prices ie GBP7 for affidavit whereas in Spain you will probably pay a min attendance fee etc

English consulate might do for free - I think they do some pension docs for free - ie certifying person claiming is still alive.

try this link to find a solicitor or check with British Consulate


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15 Jul 2011 18:08 by johnzx Star rating in Spain. 5247 posts Send private message

Nigel. It would help if you explained exactly what you require and the reason.

Or you could call one or more of the offices listed in the 'Law Society reference' as supplied by Faro, and ask them directñy.

This message was last edited by johnzx on 15/07/2011.

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15 Jul 2011 20:35 by nigel188 Star rating in Estepona. 638 posts Send private message

Sorry,I have an Affidavit which has to sent to South Africa to cancel a TV Licence together with a copy of Passport and relative page with my SA Exit Stamp on it.These need to be both Certified by a Commissioner Oaths Etc.



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16 Jul 2011 09:57 by johnzx Star rating in Spain. 5247 posts Send private message

I had to provide similar material when my wife (Filipina) bought a property in Philippines.  We did it before a notary in Spain.  Although his certificate was in Spanish he certified the copies as true copies of the originals.  I added a translation to the notary's cert. and all was accepted in Manila.  (Philippines uses English as their official language)

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16 Jul 2011 12:13 by nigel188 Star rating in Estepona. 638 posts Send private message

Hi Jonzx

Thanks for all your replies

Considering this is for use outside Spain,would the Cost of Notarising these Documents be very high.




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