Admission to Practise as a Public Notary - South Australia

Description

You will need to apply to the Supreme Court to be admitted to practise as a public notary.

A public notary is a public officer who is appointed for life by the State. They are given statutory powers to administer certain legal actions such as witness documents, administer oaths and provide other administrative functions.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

To be eligible for admission, you must:

  • be entitled to practice the profession of law in South Australia, subject to no limitations, restrictions or other conditions inconsistent with the functions of a public notary
  • be admitted and enrolled as a legal practitioner for at least five years.

Duration

Ongoing

Fees

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Task Type Business Structure Description
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Forms

Administering agency

Supreme Court of South Australia

Civil Registry

Contact details

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