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Does the document need notarising or certifying? there is a difference.
In the UK all lawyers are commissioners for oaths and can certify a document.
But Often in overseas countries documents need to be notarised by a public notary.
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If the document can be certified then you can call in at any solicitors office and they should be able to do that for you.
If however, it does require a public notary, then you would need to visit a local one in person to have that notarised.
The link here will help you find a local public notary, https://www.thenotariessociety.org.uk
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Reading the document, it does look like that it can simply be certified by a solicitor.
So you should be able to visit any local solicitors office for them to witness and certify for you.