Notaries Public in Xizhi/ Neihu/ Xinyi

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Notaries Public in Xizhi/ Neihu/ Xinyi

Postby pgdaddy » 23 Sep 2009, 21:10

Does anyone have the contact details of a Notary Public in Xizhi/ Neihu/ Xinyi area ?

I need someone to notarise my signature on a document.

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Re: Notaries Public in Xizhi/ Neihu/ Xinyi

Postby maoman » 24 Sep 2009, 00:26

The Notary Public I've used is on the northwest corner of Zhulun Street and Fuxing North Road, on the second floor. This is one block south of Nanjing East Road, so it's not exactly the neighborhood you're looking for, but if you don't find anywhere else, maybe you can give them a try. I don't remember the name of the place, but they're fairly big, and always seem busy, so I'm sure they can handle whatever you throw at them.
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Re: Notaries Public in Xizhi/ Neihu/ Xinyi

Postby pgdaddy » 25 Sep 2009, 04:39

Maoman wrote:The Notary Public I've used is on the northwest corner of Zhulun Street and Fuxing North Road, on the second floor. This is one block south of Nanjing East Road, so it's not exactly the neighborhood you're looking for, but if you don't find anywhere else, maybe you can give them a try. I don't remember the name of the place, but they're fairly big, and always seem busy, so I'm sure they can handle whatever you throw at them.



Cheers Maoman. Actually I have found a Notary in Xinyi Rd, Sec 4- will try to remember post the address here after I go there.
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Re: Notaries Public in Xizhi/ Neihu/ Xinyi

Postby muzharen » 10 Aug 2010, 15:55

Maoman wrote:The Notary Public I've used is on the northwest corner of Zhulun Street and Fuxing North Road, on the second floor. This is one block south of Nanjing East Road, so it's not exactly the neighborhood you're looking for, but if you don't find anywhere else, maybe you can give them a try. I don't remember the name of the place, but they're fairly big, and always seem busy, so I'm sure they can handle whatever you throw at them.



The aformentioned Notary Public on Zhulun Street can be seen here:
http://goo.gl/maps/isqT
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Re: Notaries Public in Xizhi/ Neihu/ Xinyi

Postby muzharen » 10 Aug 2010, 15:56

Maoman wrote:The Notary Public I've used is on the northwest corner of Zhulun Street and Fuxing North Road, on the second floor. This is one block south of Nanjing East Road, so it's not exactly the neighborhood you're looking for, but if you don't find anywhere else, maybe you can give them a try. I don't remember the name of the place, but they're fairly big, and always seem busy, so I'm sure they can handle whatever you throw at them.



The aformentioned Notary Public on Zhulun Street can be seen here:
http://goo.gl/maps/isqT


Also, this is Notary Public in Chinese in case it's needed by anyone:
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Re: Notaries Public in Xizhi/ Neihu/ Xinyi

Postby MilkTeaJack » 10 Aug 2010, 17:46

Can anyone use this? I am going to need my diploma and birth certif notarized when I eventually apply for work visa, so can I use them or do I need to do it at the AIT or whatever the place is called?
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