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But as Marc Aronson, president and chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries, Pittsburgh, is fond of saying, "A notary is a notary is a notary
21) She suggests that BC lawyers and notaries do not fit into Abbott's categories.
Private Notaries are however restricted from notarizing the following documents or matters relating to them:
Al Mansouri had earlier issued a decision concerning streamlining the work of both those offering private notary services and notaries public drawn from the staff of Dubai Government agencies.
A group of existing public notaries, who are behind the memo, say the law violates employment equality requirements, as it creates a special, altered exam especially for the 45 ministry employees and ignores the fact that some candidates are over the age normally allowed.
The amendments stem from a European Court of Justice ruling that EU member states may not reserve access to the profession of notary to their own nationals, but, in practice, the bill will not cause any major changes that will make it easy for foreign professionals to become practicing notaries in Bulgaria.
Notaries were involved in producing two main types of documentation--business acts and judicial acts--and chapter three analyzes how municipal laws and papal reforms shaped these documents throughout the medieval and early modero periods.
The minister criticized some real-estate owners for putting pressure on notaries as they wanted to sell their properties quickly to make money and are not bothered about property ownership matters.
Imed Amira considered, for his part, this draft law, especially its Article 2, as "a new exclusion" of notaries which is likely to further marginalise the profession, harm the sector's interests and undermine the credibility of the Government, notably in light of the use of the authentic deed by two thirds of the investors in the world, that is notarial deeds.
In an address read on his behalf at the opening of the 26th International Congress of Notaries, the minister underlined that the notary public is among the mechanisms that secure a healthy climate for investments in the fields of housing, services and trade transaction, adding that the Justice Ministry, as part of it reform process, has associated the notaries in a judicial framework organizing the profession.
Notaries public belong to the one of the oldest branches of the legal profession and are appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury through the Court of Faculties.
Even though they're likely to be total strangers, notaries public attend some of the most momentous events in our lives.