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notary

1. (formerly) a clerk licensed to prepare legal documents
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Have you ever wondered why these documents are required to be notarized or how important the performance of a notarial act by a notary public is?
Alberto was found to have notarized a supplemental agreement and an amended joint venture agreement which was attached in the civil case for recovery of possession filed by his client Cristeto Dinopol Jr.
If this bill passes into law as it is currently written, it will be more difficult to provide evidence of fraudulent notarized transactions.
The tax affidavit submitted by incumbent Tom Carter was notarized. The tax affidavit submitted by challenger Ken Frederickson, the district's recently retired deputy of chief emergency medical services officer, was not.
Circulators are required to appear in person before a notary when having their petitions notarized.
They come in different forms such as POAs (a notarized delegation instrument), proxies and delegation letters.
Dave Barrett, managing partner at Polaris, commented, "We are compelled by the market size of 1.2 billion notarized transactions a year and the $32 billion they represent.
Departure of children aged 14-18 from Kyrgyzstan for permanent residence abroad can be carried out only after writing and notarized consent of parents or legal representatives.
[paragraph] Notaries participate in the mortgage closing ceremony by applying their notarial stamp or seal to the signed pages of certain key documents to satisfy the requirement that those documents be notarized. [paragraph] What are the responsibilities of the notary during this process?
The state Bureau of Labor and Industries, which, among other things, handles civil rights complaints, has long required that anyone filing such a complaint have it notarized.
But a state vital records employee insisted she would need to have a Pap smear, get a doctor's note, have that note notarized, and bring it back before they would make the change.