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notary

1. (formerly) a clerk licensed to prepare legal documents
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For example, 13 notarial contracts, including numerous property transactions and wills, may be, used to reconstruct a profile of the life of Petrus de Mala, a civic minstrel of Montpellier during the first half of the 15th century.(6) His parents were from the region; his wife, Alasacia, was the daughter of a weaver and was formerly married to a cobbler; and he had one son who died young.
In sum, all things being equal, a person dealing with a seller who has possession and title to the property but whose capacity to sell is restricted, qualifies as a buyer in good faith if he proves that he inquired into the title of the seller as well as into the latter's capacity to sell; and that in his inquiry, he relied on the notarial acknowledgment found in the sellers duly notarized special power of attorney.
The head of the Justice department of the region Taaalaibek Eraliyev thanked for provided assistance and noted updating of office equipment of state notarial offices will certainly help to improve their work.
The ministry revealed eight new e-services in the notarization sector, including digital PoAs, which put an end to paperwork and most of the clients' visits to notarial offices.
Similarly, other notarial activities - involvement in the attachment of immovable property or in successions - do not involve the exercise of official authority, rules the court, because they are carried out under the supervision of a court or in accordance with the wishes of clients.
Legal disputes arise when the state institutions require the notarial form of the power of attorney issued in Lithuania.
They require notarial certification of leasing agreements and envisage the right to demand leased assets from leaseholder without recourse to court by the execution order.In accordance with the proposed amendments, notaries will put executive endorsements to demand leased assets under lease agreements.
Me permito recordar que, en 1985, nuestra Universidad de las Americas, Asociacion Civil, como "donante", y la Fundacion Universidad de las Americas Puebla, como "donataria", celebraron un convenio notarial en el que nuestra institucion permitio a la Fundacion Universidad de las Americas Puebla el uso de su nombre, el cual deberia ir siempre seguido por la palabra "Puebla", en tanto cumpla con su objeto social.
Marrese's answers derive largely from the extraordinary database she constructed from the notarial records of eight thousand property transactions in four provincial districts and Moscow between 1715 and 1860.
Drawing from notarial records, consistory notes, and a variety of legal sources, Catterall provides in these four chapters a useful reconstruction of the migrant world from the journey across the north Atlantic to eventual integration into Dutch society.
They are Army Regulation (AR) 27-55, Notarial Services (1) and AR 608-99, Family Support, Child Custody, and Paternity.
Under the new procedure, clients need only to visit the notarial office once the updated or duplicate title deed is ready.