Re: Registry Office, One Stop Shop or..?
Very few British people ever need to have a certified/notarised copy of anything. The last (and only) time that I ever did, I went to a solicitor who was also a public notary, and got her to do it.
By the way, though it's commonly known as the 'registry office', it is in fact the 'register office'.
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