Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In Spanish-Amer. law, a power of attorney formally made before a notary public; a procuration.

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Examples

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

  • Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved.

    deed for my house

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