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Kenneth Anthony Curtis
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Tel : 0115 9647762


  •  I Christiane Champalbert, Clinical Director of the Centre for Integrative Counselling, would like to testify that Kenneth Curtis, who is our Solicitor, has been of service to us in legal matters and has fulfilled his duties not only with competence and integrity but also with courtesy and a pleasant manner. We do not hesitate to recommend as a competent professional.

  • 'Very good service, quick, efficient and explained well. Price was reasonable and would recommend to anyone.'

    Mrs Grewal - July 2013




::   Testimonial - Power of Attorney
30 September 2016

::   Notarial Services - Common
16 June 2016

::   Notarial Services - Common
16 June 2016


"A Notary is a qualified lawyer - a member of the third and oldest branch of the legal profession in the United Kingdom. He is appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury and is subject to regulation by the Court of Faculties. The rules which affect Notaries are very similar to the rules which affect Solicitors. They must be fully insured and maintain fidelity cover for the protection of their clients and the public. They must keep clients' money separately from their own and comply with stringent practice rules and rules relating to conduct and discipline. Notaries have to renew their practising certificates every year and can only do so if they have complied with the rules.

Notaries are primarily concerned with the authentication and certification of signatures and documents for use abroad.

They are also authorised to conduct general legal practice (excluding the conduct of court proceedings)

They may exercise the powers of a Commissioner for Oaths. The majority also practise as solicitors but the scrivener notaries do not, nor do some 150 of the general notaries."

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