Meet Public Notary Owen Thomas Lowry
My name is Owen Thomas Lowry, a City of London-based Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths, who represents both private and corporate clients.
My interests are walking, economics, current affairs, politics, holidays, watching Formula 1 Motor Racing, cinema, theatre, opera and classical music.
I practise full-time as a Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths and I am authorised and regulated by the Court of Faculties of the Archbishop of Canterbury, 1 The Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3JT, England.
I am a member of the Notaries Society of England and Wales and on a part-time basis teach the Law of International Trade to university students. I am a Freeman of the City of London Corporation, am a member of the Ecclesiastical Society of England and Wales, am a member of The Mysterie of Writers of The Court Letter of the City of London, a member of the Board of Directors of private companies and of charities and a member of the World Organisation of Notaries. I am a sole practitioner.
I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and History from the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada, a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of London and a Post - Graduate Diploma in Notarial Practice from the University of Cambridge.
As a Notary Public, I am duly admitted and sworn and authorised to practice in England and Wales.
Being born in Canada, I possess both Canadian and British Nationality.
My client base is truly international, being in the financial services sector of The City of London.
As a Notary Public, my primary role is for the preparation and authentication of legal documentation, usually used overseas or at various foreign consulates in England and Wales. As a Notary Public, I authenticate under seal and signature, various documents executed in England and Wales. This is a function which is and has been from time immemorial well recognised by international law and custom among all countries. Notarised documents often form a vital part of International trade.
As a Commissioner for Oaths, my principal duty is to administer any oath or take any affidavit for the purposes of any court or matter in England.