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Aditya (Student)     27 October 2010

Affidavit's copy

When an affidavit or agreement is made at notary then the notary keeps the carbon copy of that document, where this copy goes . Is it retained by notary or it is sent to others..? Can any one get the xerox copy from the notary (retained copy) after one or two year  if the person looses its original copy and they needs it...? what will be the value of this copy.. same as original or not.??

Please anyone reply it..



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Mugundhan (Lawyer)     27 October 2010

The notary is not required to retain a copy of the document he notarises. Some notaries do this by way of abundant caution. But the notary has to enter the contents of the document in the notarial register.

Arup (UNEMPLOYED)     28 October 2010

affidavit or agreement is made at notary then the notary keeps the carbon copy of that document

- affidavit done at notary, not agreement.

affidavit & agreement are diffrent.

copy of affdavit not necessary to give to notary. perhaps the person doing excess.

normally notary do not keep copy. they put number and signature with seal. if necessary court may call the notary to check and confirm about the affidavit. affidevit is the property of the affidavit doer. the burdain of prove the truthfulness of the contents of an affidavit lies on the affidavit doer. giving false information by affidavit is a punishable offence under ipc/crpc.

Arup (UNEMPLOYED)     28 October 2010

what will be the value of this copy.. same as original or not.??

- NO. ORIGINAL REQUIRED.

Aditya (Student)     28 October 2010

Thank You Sir 

  But what about notarised agreement ?

What is the max punishment for giving false affidavit ?

Arup (UNEMPLOYED)     29 October 2010

notarised agreement

- NOT AWARE OF IT.

Aditya (Student)     29 October 2010

Sorry Sir.. I didn't understand " not aware of it ".  Is agreement not a valid document  or something else? Is this matter between parties only..?

Plz reply...


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