Members of the Bermuda Bar who wish to make an application to become a Notary Public are asked to make the application directly to the Registrar of the Supreme Court. Once approved, each Barrister & Attorney is issued a Case No. and a date of enrolment. The Courts will then provide the Bar Association with the updated list of Notaries.
Commissioners for Oaths & Notaries Public Act 1972, and Commissioners for Oaths & Notaries Public Rules 1973 apply.
Please visit www.bermudalaws.bm to download.
Amendments to Section 4 of the Commissioners of Oath Act Notary & Public Act 1972 were published in March 2015 removing the requirement for the applicant to be Bermudian Barrister & Attorney with 5 years call to the Bermuda Bar and any person entitled to practice as a Notary Public in a Commonwealth Jurisdiction.
The following link provides an up to date list of Notaries enroled and permitted to notarise documentation by the Supreme Court of Bermuda:
Roll of Notaries Public 2018 (last update Nov 2017)
Notary Public Supreme Court application checklist (doc to assist members of the Bar with filing the application with the Registrar)