Therefore it is imperative that your deed poll looks like a legal document that will be accepted by every place that you wish to change your name with (we offer a money back guarantee if your deed poll is rejected by any institution).
So what are our deed polls made of? Keep reading to find out.
Each of the deed poll's certificate, instructions, envelope, and seal are made out of different materials. The physical substances of a deed poll’s contents depend on what every individual item will be used for.
Here is what a deed poll certificate is made up of:
In short, the materials of certificates are designed for printing clarity and long-term use.
A deed poll's instructions sheet doesn't contain the same sensitive and/or official information that a certificate has. Therefore, it is made out of the following materials:
To put it another way, you may rely on basic printing paper for deed poll instructions.
Many people use the same envelope when they place deed poll certificates and instructions. Accordingly, the right envelope for deed poll documents has the following attributes:
Once you place your deed poll contents in the appropriate envelope, you want to find them a reliable and secure seal.
Here is what your deed poll's seal should look like:
At the end of the day, deed polls contain very important personal and/or formal information. Therefore, the certificate, instructions, envelope, and seal should be made out of materials that meet the requirements for official use and, at the same time, safely keep your documents intact for many years to come.