Notaries in Ireland

Notaries in Ireland

In Ireland, they authenticate important documents especially for use abroad. Applicants must be qualified solicitors and are appointed by the Chief Justice.

Professional activities

Reserved activities

Professional titles

Advertising/Publicity

Client confidentiality/Professional privileges

Clients’ money

Fees

Accounting

Professional insurance

Specialist practitioners

Other Issues

Mobility

Legal Education

Legal Training

Governing Bodies

Relevant Legislation

Other Legal Professionals

Lawyers

Solicitors are normally self employed as sole practitioners or join in partnership with other solicitors. Barristers are specialist pleaders who also give expert advice on legal matters. Information about lawyers in the European countries is provided here.

Bailiffs

The sheriffs, in Ireland, are allocated a county for which they are responsible. Some may cover more than if they are relatively small and others will cover only half a county if it is particularly large. Information about bailiffs in the European countries is provided here.

Notaries in other European Countries

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