I’ve got a quick question about certificates of good standing. If I were to obtain one, would I need to get it notarised by a solicitor? Or does it come as official as possible?
There is no need to have a certificate of good standing notarised unless you are going to be sending it to an overseas authority. The certificate is an official document in its original form so it is ready to use as soon as it is issued.
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