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ImKing

Corporate Services
I reviewed the questonnaire and your fees, it is OK.


One question before we proceed:


The incorporation documents are bi-lingual (English and Chinese) as everything else in Hong Kong.


The incorporation facts are also available publicly on-line through HK governmental agency Web sites.


So the bank can verify the authenticity of the documents presented.


What do you mean by notarized? Notarized in which country?
 

Admin

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I reviewed the questonnaire and your fees, it is OK.
One question before we proceed:


The incorporation documents are bi-lingual (English and Chinese) as everything else in Hong Kong.


The incorporation facts are also available publicly on-line through HK governmental agency Web sites.


So the bank can verify the authenticity of the documents presented.


What do you mean by notarized? Notarized in which country?
The corporate documents are fine, no problem with it, just get them notarized by a notary service or a reputable law firm you may ask a lawyer or certified accountant to help you with this simple task.
 

bonox

Corporate Services
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Business Angel
You need to find a notary service in your city / country and get your docs notarize, if you don't have a notary then use a local lawyer to sign them to be a true copy!
 

ImKing

Corporate Services
You need to find a notary service in your city / country and get your docs notarize' date=' if you don't have a notary then use a local lawyer to sign them to be a true copy![/quote']
Thank you got it. I dropped my plans to incorporate a HK company looking for something better and less expensive.
 

linje

Offshore Agent
I reviewed the questonnaire and your fees, it is OK.
One question before we proceed:


The incorporation documents are bi-lingual (English and Chinese) as everything else in Hong Kong.


The incorporation facts are also available publicly on-line through HK governmental agency Web sites.


So the bank can verify the authenticity of the documents presented.


What do you mean by notarized? Notarized in which country?
Can you PM me your experience with the incorporation process, TAT and all this please?
 

swissbanking

Offshore Agent
Usually as long as the documents are translated by a certified translator and by a notary service they are perfectly fine to be used. OP did you get your account after all?
 

Admin

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Confirmed, if you don't have the documents for your company and your person in English a translation is required either by a certified translator or by get the documents notarized by a notary service in your country after they have been translated into English of course.
 

uplana

Corporate Services
Mentor Group Gold
Notarized documents you get with an notary service or your can ask your lawyer to notarize the documents that will properly work.
 

deadpool

Active Member
You need to find a notary service in your city / country and get your docs notarize, if you don't have a notary then use a local lawyer to sign them to be a true copy!
Am I the only one who is thinking of 'Pain and Gain' (2013)? Sorry for being off topic.
 

johnskywalker

Active Member
Notarization or having your documents to be notarized is like a sign of making it legal or making it valid. Since anyone could fake documents, banks will require you to have a notarized document , which is usually signed by Lawyers after you paid them so that whenever there's something wrong with your documents, the Lawyer that signed your paper could be liable.

Here is a more detailed discussion I found Definition of NOTARIZATION
 

londonfalls

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Notarization or having your documents to be notarized is like a sign of making it legal or making it valid. Since anyone could fake documents, banks will require you to have a notarized document , which is usually signed by Lawyers after you paid them so that whenever there's something wrong with your documents, the Lawyer that signed your paper could be liable.

Here is a more detailed discussion I found Definition of NOTARIZATION
Thanks, the link is of great help. I didn't figured out what it means Noatrized documents and where I could get this in my country. I thought it was something specific to the offshore jurisdictions.
 
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