American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to a notary public.
- adj. Executed or drawn up by a notary public.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a notary: as, a notarial seal; notarial evidence or attestation; notarial fees.
- Done or taken by a notary.
- An act before a notary, so authenticated by him.
- Of or pertaining to the notarium, or united vertebræ in the anterior part of the thoracic region of some pterodactyls.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to a notary; done or taken by a notary
- From notary + -al. (Wiktionary)
“I repeat the recommendations heretofore made by me that the appropriations for the maintenance of our diplomatic and consular service should be recast; that the so-called notarial or unofficial fees, which our representatives abroad are now permitted to treat as personal perquisites, should be forbidden; that a system of consular inspection should be instituted, and that a limited number of secretaries of legation at large should be authorized.”
“With the assignment of adequate salaries the so-called notarial extra official fees, which our officers abroad are now permitted to treat as personal perquisites, should be done away with.”
“You should negotiate with your attorney or accountant what steps are included in their fee and determine who will be responsible for out-of-pocket expenses such as notarial and registration fees.”
“These include notarial registers, town council decisions, taxation rulings, court records, licensing agreements and other similar documents.”
“Information concerning these activities can be found in Latin notarial registers; this prosperous community was part and parcel of the developing Mediterranean economy and the Jews were supplying credit to members of this town and of those nearby.”
“Up until recently, I was pursuing a career in fincancial services, providing insurance, mutual funds, mortgage refinancing, and notarial services.”
“Only a few appeared by name in the notarial records of Le Havre and Honfleur.”
“Registry of Commerce After the notary public issues a notarial transcript, he usually handles registration with the Public Registry of Commerce (Registro Público de Comercio).”
“Never during his whole notarial life, had any client found reason to complain of a bad investment or an ill-placed mortgage.”
“The matrimonial condottieri now about to fight for their clients, whose personal powers were to be so vitally important in this solemn encounter, the two notaries, on short, represent individually the old and the new systems, — old fashioned notarial usage, and the new-fangled modern procedure.”
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