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notary

1. (formerly) a clerk licensed to prepare legal documents
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8) Only 10 Africans were liberated in a sample of Puebla's most complete notarial register, Notaria 4.
Supporting a revised notarial act may seem trivial at first glance, but it is a critical cog in the eMortgage-eRecording cycle.
In particular, the Cook County State's Attorney's Office was interested in creating a process (the notarial record) in real-estate transactions that would make their investigations and prosecutions more effective.
2) Army Regulation (AR) 27-55, Notarial Services, implements this federal authority and remains the Army's primary source for policy guidance concerning notarial services) The Army published a new AR 27-55 which took effect 17 December 2003.
Katie Beckett, who works for Newcastle-based Ward Hadaway, has graduated with a Postgraduate Diploma in Notarial Practice from the University of Cambridge, which gives her the added prestige of being a Notary Public, a qualified lawyer who assists in legal transactions involving overseas jurisdictions.
Among the voluminous records found in the Gemeente Archief (Municipal Archive) in Amsterdam are notarial archives, many of which relate to the New Amsterdam Jewish experience 350 years ago.
The second manuscript is a northern Italian illuminated notarial cartulary of the second half of the fifteenth century containing charters from a series of churches in or near Vicenza (Illustration 9).
He is able to show that the amanuensis was a Perugian, most likely a member of the notarial class but possessing an intimacy with the transcription of poetry.
Meanwhile, police also began raiding Wednesday seven facilities in Saitama Prefecture related to AUM on suspicion that cult members falsified details on a notarial deed.
In order to do so, she draws on the tools of social history and, more specifically, the analysis of notarial documents to study family relations in the notarial community of Nantes from 1560 to 1660.
The collection has a certain interest, particularly in the large number of reproductions of documents, including notarial acts, selected pay lists, and many of his autograph letters to the Duke of Mantua.
Santa Maria Novella, and for the Franciscans, on the notarial registers of Obizzo