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Notarial Public Attorneys in Cape Town

To practice as a Notary in South Africa, an attorney must complete an additional examination and be admitted as a Notary by the High Court, and is thereby entitled to practice in certain areas of law that attorneys may not.

Nadine Pansegrouw is our Notary Public and is responsible for this department.

The service of a Notary is commonly required in the field of conveyancing, marriage and the authentication of documents.

Our attorneys at VTC can provide you with comprehensive and highly acclaimed notarial drafting and authentication services.  We can assist you with:

The signing or certifying of documents that are to be used outside the Republic of South Africa

Obtaining an Apostille Certificate and/or obtaining the requisite authentication certificate from the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) and/or the necessary certificate or endorsement from the Embassy or Consulate involved for the use of documents outside of the Republic of South Africa (where required).

Drafting and/or legalisation of certain documents including notarised and/or certified copies of the following:

  • Marriage Certificates,
  • Birth Certificates,
  • Death Certificates,
  • Divorce Certificates,
  • Powers of Attorney,
  • Copies of ID pages or Passports,
  • Educational documents.

VTC is also experienced with regards to:

  • Mineral rights
  • Ante nuptial and post nuptial registrations
  • Registration of servitudes
  • Registration of cohabitation contract

Contact our Notary Public for assistance.


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A brief overview of the Electronic Deeds Registration System Act

We often meet with the words or more accurately the phrase “soon robots will take over”. Steadily and surely this phrase becomes more and more apparent through the development of time, technology and mankind.

The Electronic Deeds Registration System Bill was assented to on 2 October 2019 and shall come into operation in due course as the Electronic Deeds Registration Act 19 of 2019 “the Act”.

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