NORFOLK NOTARY
Notary Public and commercial law services in Norfolk
I am regulated by the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury, which issues practising certificates to all notaries public in England and Wales and I carry professional indemnity insurance. Their web site has a list of all practising notaries.
My notarial practice is regulated by the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury. My current Practising Certificate is here

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The Faculty Office's address is:

The Faculty Office
1, The Sanctuary
Westminster
London
SW1P 3JT
Email
faculty.office@1thesanctuary.com
Website www.facultyoffice.org.uk
Tel 020 7222 5381

If you are dissatisfied about the service you have received please do not hesitate to contact me.

If I am unable to resolve the matter you may then complain to The Notaries Society of which I am a member, who have a Complaints Procedure which is approved by the Faculty Office This procedure is free to use and is designed to provide a quick resolution to any dispute.

In that case please write (but do not enclose any original documents) with full details of your complaint to:

Secretary of The Notaries Society
Old Church Chambers
23 Sandhill Road
St James
Northampton. NN5 5LH
Email
secretary@thenotariessociety.org.uk
Tel: 01604 758908

If you have any difficulty making a complaint in writing, please do not hesitate to call The Notaries Society/ Faculty Office for assistance.

Finally, even if you have your complaint considered under the Notaries Society Approved Complaints Procedure, you may at the end of that procedure or after a period of six months from the date you first notified me that you were dissatisfied, make your complaint direct to the Legal Ombudsman, if you are not happy with the result.

Legal Ombudsman
PO Box 6806, Wolverhampton, WV1 9WJ
telephone 0300 555 0333
Email:
enquiries@legalombudsman.org.uk
Website: www.legalombudsman.org.uk

If you decide to make a complaint to the Legal Ombudsman, you must refer the matter to the Legal Ombudsman:
within six months from the conclusion of the complaint procedure.
Six years from the date of the act/omission; or
Three years from the date when you should reasonably have known there was a cause for complaint (only if the act or omission took place more than six years ago)
The act or omission, or when you should have reasonably known there was cause for complaint, must have been after 5th  October 2010.

*certain kinds of commercial entities are not eligible to make a complaint to the Legal Ombudsman -
please refer to the Legal Ombudsman Scheme Rules or consult the Faculty Office.