Notarial Act

Notarial Act

 

in the USSR before 1926, a form that was obligatory for the conclusion of certain types of contracts—for example, the sale and purchase or mortgaging of buildings.

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The actual cancellation of the contract shall take place after 30 days from receipt by the buyer of the notice of cancellation or the demand for the notarial act of rescission and upon full payment of the cash surrender value to the buyer.
E-notarization should more properly be viewed as the same process of performing a notarial act, but one in which the notary simply uses a different type of "pen" to sign the document.
a notarial act, a settlement or another contract bearing notarized signatures in respect of the obligations contained therein to pay sums of money or other fungible things, as well as obligations to deliver particular things;
The Emancipation Committee initially proposed abolishing emancipation by notarial act and recommended instead that emancipation be accomplished only through judgment or marriage.
Eventually and after many months in Court, our disagreement was resolved by a Notarial Act dated 8 October 2008 and both parties had to retract their wrongful accusations and allegations which have now been fulfilled.
Senate Bill 546 (Cullerton, D-Chicago; Brosnahan, D-Oak Lawn) is a three-year pilot project that requires that a notarial record be kept for every notarial act in Cook County that transfers title to residential real property.
055, which requires that notaries keep a detailed journal of all notarial acts including: the date, time and type of notarial act; the date, type and description of each document; the name of the signer; and description of the evidence of identity.
The same rules that apply to active duty enlisted personnel apply to reserve enlisted personnel; additionally, all reserve enlisted personnel must be in a duty status in order to lawfully perform a notarial act.
The law was formed more by customs arising from litigation governed by formularies in notarial act books.
The timing of business does depend on where people come together Every notarial act carefully named the place where the agreement was made, and each notary had his favorite place to do business: Giovanni di Guiberto at the warehouse of the Pediculi, Oberto Scriba at the arcade of the Fornari.