Public notices are required by law in relation to a range of business or statutory regulations. Public notification of business matters is also required in some cases by financial, legal, or other circumstances.
You must use the current form of public notice required by law.
You must include all information required in the notice.
Seek legal or regulatory advice regarding any content issues or statutory requirements.
Information contained in public notices is legally binding according to the relevant statutes.
Publication of public notices is usually required by law to be in a government gazette, and in some cases in newspapers as well. This is a full statutory process, and in many cases public notices are given for a period of time stipulated in the notice.
Because both public notices and international laws vary greatly, we can't use a meaningful standard example.
Public notices do however have a general common format, because of their statutory definitions.
(In many cases a standard format for your notices is contained in regulations, or can be found in the government publication concerned for reference.)
This is a basic outline only:
Title of notice
Note: Authorization or the name of the person giving notice refers to the person responsible by law for the information contained in the notice.