Our property Partner, Aaron Webb has been appointed as a Notary Public by the Society of Notaries Queensland and is now performing notary duties for clients alongside his services in property law, specifically in the not-for-profit sector.
“I am proud to continue Thynne + Macartney’s long standing tradition of having on board a Notary Public and providing those services,” said Aaron, “the Society of Notaries acknowledges those who are held with high regard in the legal profession, and it is a privilege to be amongst them.”
Over his 25+ years practicing in property law, Aaron has showcased his diverse and comprehensive expertise across the field, including in matters concerning commercial, residential, retail and off-the-plan purchase, sale and leasing.
Becoming a notary in Queensland requires applicants to be a solicitor of at least ten years standing. Their application is considered by the Master of the Faculties, a judge of the High Court of England, and finally approved by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Notary Public’s can attest or authenticate the truth of documents for use in foreign countries.