Affidavits in Kenya

What is an affidavit An affidavit in Kenya is sworn under the Oaths and Statutory Declarations Act, Cap 15 of Kenya. An affidavit is commissioned by a Commissioner for Oaths duly appointed and commissioned to act as such. The Commissioner for Oaths shall be a practising advocate as required by the Act. Who may swear…


Certification of documents in Kenya

Have you ever been asked to produce certified documents either at the bank, school, college, Government Institution? We assist our clients get their certificates certified as true copy of the original. Certification is either done by an advocate, commissioner for oaths or notary public. Documents that may require to be certified Education certificates such as…


Legal audit in Kenya

In Legal Audit we meet with companies, individual enterprises, partnerships, corporations, and other types of organizations to discuss strategic plans and objectives, review key documents and records, and analyze and identify current and their projected legal needs. The legal audit also lays the groundwork for the establishment of an ongoing legal compliance and prevention program…


How to claim from the Unclaimed Financial Assets Authority (UFAA) in Kenya

Please note that this is an information post. We provide notary and certification services as required. To contact UFAA, please note that their contact details are as below; Unclaimed Financial Assets Authority, Pacis Centre, 2nd Floor, Slip Road, Off Waiyaki Way, Westlands, Nairobi. P.O Box 28235-00200, Nairobi, Kenya. Phone: 020 4023000, 020 4343440, 0706866984, 0736559152…


Notary Public and Legalization of documents services in Kenya

Who is a notary public? Notaries Public are licensed under the Notaries Act Cap 17 Laws of Kenya. In Kenya, a notary public is also required to be an advocate. It states; “The Chief Justice may, by instrument under his hand, appoint any advocate to perform within Kenya the functions and duties commonly performed by…


Procedure for applying for grant of representation in Kenya

The procedure for applying for grant of representation is set out in section 51 of the Kenyan Law of Succession Act and Rule 7 to 14 of the Probate and Administration Rules. In the first instance, one has to be eligible to apply for the grant as stipulated in section 66 of the Law of Succession…