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Document Attestation by Dubai Notary

As being a client-focused legal translation office offering comprehensive document translation services in Dubai, we support our clients with additional services by getting their documents attested or legalized by Notary Public, UAE Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dubai courts or embassies where required. For more information about attestation procedures, call us now and our support team will provide you with all details and requirements of notarization or attestation after knowing the status of your documents.





Usually undertakings or agreements require attestation, including marriage certificates, local agent agreements, partnership withdrawal agreements, clearance certificates, and memorandums and articles of associations…etc. For attestation, the concerned person must move to Dubai Courts Notary Public with the documents to sign in front of the notary public. Then the person visits the Ministry of Justice and following its legal procedures for attestation and moves to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for final certification. Either the person uses a proxy, or visits the attesting authorities in person. He can go after work as there are two notary branches (Al Twar & Al Barsha) open till 8:00 pm.

In order to go to Dubai Courts Notary Public, you must have two originals of your documents and all your ID documents such as your passport or UAE ID and document proving your capacity for disposal, including establishment contract or title deed.  The most important point here is that if your documents must be translated into another language, you must make sure that you move to a legal translation office in Dubai duly certified by UAE Ministry of Justice and stamped with the seal of legal translator in each page of the documents. At the notary public, you will pay AED 110 for attestation of each document and the whole process will take about 30 minutes.

Thereafter, you visit the UAE Ministry of Justice located in floor 5, Al Serkal Building, Airport Cargo Village, in which you will pay AED 52 for attestation service that will take ten minutes. Then, you go to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bur Dubai and you will pay about AED 150 for attestation of each document.

Note: If you have lost your notarized documents at any times, you can move to Dubai Courts Notary Public in Dubai and apply for another original copy of your documents for low fees. If you need any help or advice on your attestation of your legal documents in Dubai, give us a call and our customer service will guide you.

The documents that may require attestation:

Local agent agreement

Divorce certificates

S&P agreement

Power of attorney

Marriage certificates

Agency agreement

Articles of association

M. of understanding


M. of association

Title deed

Title transfer contracts

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