Remote notarization is now available with UNAWA RNotary

April 17, 2022 by

Lockdown restrictions and health risks have made it challenging to physically execute critical documents related to deeds, contracts, and loans, to name a few. Fortunately, the Supreme Court of the Philippines’ 2020 Interim Rules on Remote Notarization of Paper Documents states that individuals need not physically go to a notary public’s office to have documents notarized.

Pioneering Philippine regulatory technology (regtech) startup UNAWA makes remote notarization even more convenient by offering UNAWA RNotary.

Initially available in Makati City, UNAWA is working towards making UNAWA RNotary available across the Philippines. Rates start at Php500 and will vary depending on the type of document to be notarized.

Visit the UNAWA RNotary website to create an account. Once logged in, simply follow the instructions to get your first document remote-notarized.

April 17, 2022
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