PRLog (Press Release)
- Sep. 29, 2010 -
If you are an existing business in Australia wishing to register a representative office in China, you must provide evidence of your current business or company registration.
All documentary evidence must be notarised (http://www.notary-parramatta.com.au
), presented to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for authentication, and then to the Chinese Consulate (Consulate-General of the People’s Republic of China in your closest capital city) for legalisation before you returning them to China for further use. If you need to have your documents translated, we recommend having them translated by a NAATI (National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Limited) accredited translator before having the documents notarised.
Phang Legal provides the services of a notary public to notarise documents necessary for registering a representative office in China. For more information regarding notary services assisting Australian businesses expand into the Chinese market, please contact Ern Phang (notary public) on +61 2 9687 8885.
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Phang Legal is an incorporated legal practice in Parramatta and a leading provider of public notary services across Sydney. Extensive experience and low-cost fixed prices ensures quality services and satisfied clients.