E-notarisation and remote notarisation are different processes.
E-notarisation is where the notarised document and notarial certificate are in secure PDF form and contain my Qualified Electronic Signature. This can be submitted to the FCDO for an E-apostille. It is a suitable process where it is known that the receiving body overseas is happy to receive the document in this form and certain other conditions are met.
I offer an E-notarisation and E-apostille service.
Remote notarisation is where a person signs a document with the notary witnessing by video conference call, not in a face-to-face meeting. The document can then be notarised either in traditional paper format or by E-notarisation. Some types of document cannot validly be executed in this way. There are a number of conditions to be met before remote notarisation can be used, which can be onerous and can involve more time and costs than in a face-to-face appointment.