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  1. #1
    Member สมาชิก
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    Default Certification of document


    Does anyone know how to certify a salary/work contract in UK to apply for a mortgage in Thailand bank? I need to submit it on behalf of someone else.

    Many thanks in advance.

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    Premium Member Gary & Nok's Avatar
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    5 Mar 2006
    Birmingham - UK


    Normally it just needs to be a document on the company headed paper and signed, witnessed and dated with something like " I attest to this being a true and accurate statement" or something along those lines. As far as I am aware it doesn't need to be done by a solicitor or anyone of "authority".

    Hopefully someone will confirm (or correct) my thoughts.
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    Ubon Ratchatani


    A few years ago my wife applied for a bank loan, not a mortgage but to build a house.
    I had to have a letter from my employer stating monthly salary. Just on company paper, and signed by personnel manager. Also had to sign a form saying I would be a guarantor for the loan.

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