Advantages of Gazette International, as compared to a National Gazettes such as the London, Edinburgh or Belfast Gazette.
No restriction on who may place notices or from where.
Any person, anywhere, may place a notice so long as it is written in English.
With National Gazettes only the following may place notices:
Insolvency practitioners – who are appointed by the court to place notices relating to personal or corporate insolvency.
Solicitors – who are appointed by the court to place notices related to personal or corporate insolvency, or who are appointed as executor of a will.
Chancellor of the Exchequer – to advertise the resignation of an MP.
The Bank of England – to advertise the recall of a bank note.
District councils – making a proposal to make a regulation under the Road Traffic Acts.
Members of the public – if you are an individual acting as executor of a will and wish to place a notice supported by a grant of probate or letter of administration. With National Gazettes, the Notices must relate to the nation of the Gazette.
Gazette International has no such national restrictions.
Real time, immediate publication. Compared to 1 - 2 working days.