ADGM Courts launch the virtual delivery of notarisation services

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24 Jan, 2022

Issued by Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (“ADJD”)/ ADGM Courts

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADGM Courts launch the virtual delivery of notarisation services

In partnership with Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (“ADJD”), ADGM Courts are pleased to announce that their notarisation services will now be delivered virtually to the ADGM community. This concerns the last step in the notarisation process when the notary meets with the client to formally notarise documents. Notary clients will experience considerable savings in time and cost by now attending to the notarisation of their documents in the location and at the time of their choice, including outside the UAE.

This significant development completes the digitisation of all aspects of ADGM Courts’ notary public service and is in keeping with the ground-breaking digital nature of the delivery of judicial and legal services by ADGM Courts. It also complements the June 2021 expansion of ADGM Courts’ notary public services to the notarisation of documents for employees of ADGM and ADGM registered entities and, importantly, for the notarisation of their non-Muslim employees’ Wills. These additional services have been made possible by the Undersecretary of ADJD, H.E Yosuf Al Abri, pursuant to Administrative Decision No. (117) of 2020.

All notary and wills requests are to be filed online via ADGM Courts’ unique fully digital platform. Further details on ADGM Courts Notary and Wills Office, including FAQs and guides, can be found on our website here: https://outreach.adgm.com/e/569452/notary-public-and-wills-office/2p823qm/977865804?h=QBnZyRSiOss7G0K3wUP3L6Nt8sUAhj0wPaoWqK1vVKc. As always, please contact ADGM Courts for any enquiries regarding this service via email at: notarypublic@adgmcourts.com

ADGM Courts’ notary public service is an outstanding example of the ongoing extensive collaboration between ADJD and ADGM Courts, with excellence, accessibility and the recognition of the rights of all being part of the foundation of their judicial services.