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- v. Alternative spelling of notarize.
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- v. authenticate as a notary
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I ended up phoning him in the wee small hours of the morning, his time, to ask him to find a notary who will notarise a form obtained on the internet, granting permission for a new passport to be issued.
He pleaded guilty so the question of Fourth Amendment admissibility did notarise.
In Rwanda, a law that had remained on the statute books since colonial days stipulated that there should be only one notary - who needs to notarise documents for businesses to start.
Appointing an experienced legal representative can cost around £700 although you can provide them with a power of attorney allowing them to sign and notarise on your behalf making a visit to Brazil not a requirement.
June 15th, 2009 NEW DELHI - A notary office in China turned down a woman's plea to notarise text messages sent to her husband by his mistress.
It is by avoiding such indulgence that such weariness does notarise.