Notary Public (Notarius publicus)
The County Administrative Board appoints Notary Public, who serves the public by, for example, verifying signatures.
Public notaries are persons whose mission is to serve the public by checking and verifying various data. The title has its roots in Latin and roughly means ”public secretary”. To become a public notary you must have a law degree. You may not be declared bankrupt or have a trustee under the Family Code.
The County Administrative Board appoints Notary Public. The assignment may be temporary. We specify the geographical area, usually a municipality, in which the notary will serve. However, the notary is qualified to work in other areas.
What does a Notary Public do?
Among other things, a Notary Public serves the public by:
- verifying signatures, copies, translations, and other data concerning the content in various documents,
- witnessing when storage rooms are opened or closed, or when seals are put in place or are broken,
- supervising lottery draws,
- confirming that someone is qualified to do certain things, or that someone has the competence or capacity to represent someone else.
A Notary Public is paid for its services.
Notary Public in Örebro county
Advokat Paul Forsberg
703 65 Örebro
Telefon: 076 792 33 11
Biträdande Notarius publicus:
Advokaten Dan Moberg AB
703 65 Örebro
Telefon: 070 860 66 70
Notarius publicus Max Florenius
Biträdande Notarius publicus Sandra Kallin
Advokatfirman Florenius & Co AB
691 51 Karlskoga
Telefon: 010 601 59 89
E-post: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
The County Administrative Board Örebro
Phone number 010-224 80 00