RED SEAL NOTARY, a division of Apostille Australia Certificate Service, is a Sydney notary firm engaged exclusively in providing notarial services. Its principal notaries-at-law in daily attendance are....


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Michaelangelo Kimberley Twemlow

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Michael Frederick Twemlow


Michaelangelo Kimberley Twemlow & Michael Frederick Twemlow

Only a solicitor or barrister in New South Wales whose name has been entered on the Roll of the Supreme Court of NSW for at least five (5) years, and who holds a current solicitor’s or barristers full practising Certificate issued by the Law Society of New South Wales, may practise as a Public Notary in New South Wales.

Both Michael Senior and Michaelangelo Junior hold the required current notary and solicitors’ Practising Certificates.

Our Notaries are available daily at two (2) different locations to perform fast, friendly and affordable "no frills" notary services.

These services include witnessing signatures to Powers of Attorney, Statutory Declarations and Affidavits, certifying as true, copies of original documents, verifying identities, obtaining Authentication or Apostille Certificates issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and legalising authenticated public documents with foreign Embassies or Consulates located in Australia or overseas.

RED SEAL NOTARY’S TWO (2) OFFICE LOCATIONS


 1. EASTERN SUBURBS (SYDNEY)

 NOTARY IN ATTENDANCE AT 180 BRONTE ROAD, WAVERLEY NSW 2024 is                 MICHAEL FREDERICK TWEMLOW

Telephone: 9369 2600 or 0418 670 050

Michael Frederick Twemlow was admitted to practice as a solicitor, attorney and barrister in NSW, Australia, in 1965 and is a senior Notary Public with extensive experience.

He was appointed a District Public Notary by the Supreme Court of Western Australia for the Magisterial Districts of Gascoyne, Ashburton, Roebourne, Pilbara, Port Hedland, Murchison, Broome, West Kimberley, East Kimberley, in the State of Western Australia on 3rd March, 1982 and although his name is still entered on the Roll of Public Notaries, he no long practises as a Public Notary in WA.

He was appointed Public Notary by the Archbishop of Canterbury, England, for the Municipality of Waverley, NSW, Australia on the 17th January, 1985.

He is semi-retired from general legal work allowing him to concentrate exclusively and efficiently providing apostille/legalisation/notary services worldwide.

His clients include many large Australian and multi-national companies. He also acts for various Australian and international commercial enterprises.

Michael is a member of the International Union of Notaries, The Law Society of NSW, The Society of Notaries of NSW, and Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Notaries.

 

Office Hours: 8.30 am to 12.00 noon sharp, Monday to Friday only and exclusive of public holidays.

If unable to attend our offices before 12.00 noon, telephone our Elizabeth Street offices on 1300 171 898 for an afternoon appointment.

 

 

2. Elizabeth Street (Sydney CBD)

 NOTARY IN ATTENDANCE: MICHAELANGELO KIMBERLEY (MIKE) TWEMLOW

Genesis Offices, Level 1, 299 Elizabeth Street, Sydney

Red Seal’s Elizabeth Street offices are located at Level 1, 299 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, NSW (on the corner of Elizabeth and Liverpool Streets).

Click here for an enlarged map to locate exactly where our offices are located

Office hours: 9.00 pm to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday

Telephone Mike for an appointment: 1300 171 898

 

 

Mobile Notary Service

Red Seal Notary provides fast, friendly and affordable out of office mobile notary services within the Sydney Metropolitan Area at times and dates jointly suitable to all any day or time of the week.

Additional fees are payable for this personalised service over and above our published fees, calculated at an hour rate in accordance with the NSW Public Notaries Recommended Scale of Fees

 

It's important to note that a current identity document displaying a recent head and shoulder photograph, such as a Passport or Driver's Licence, must be produced at the time of attendance upon our notary as proof of the signatory’s identity (only if your document requires witnessing).