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MOJ Supports Cross-Border Remote Video Notarization

Tue, 01 Aug 2023
Categories: China Legal Trends

On 30 May 2023, China’s Ministry of Justice (MOJ) issued the “Notice on Further Advancing Overseas Remote Video Notarization” (关于进一步推进海外远程视频公证工作的通知).

Prior to this, MOJ had carried out a pilot program for remote video notarization in 2022 and announced the first 94 notarial institutions offering this service.

MOJ has published a list of 295 notarial institutions and embassies and consulates abroad that carry out remote video notarization.

You can accept this service if you want to get a notarization in China but do not want to come to China.

Click HERE for a list of Chinese embassies and consulates in foreign countries that can provide this service.

Click HERE for a list of notarial institutions in China that offer this service.

 

Photo by Jisun Han on Unsplash

Contributors: CJO Staff Contributors Team

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