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Payel Nandi (LAW STUDENT)     13 May 2011

Notary

CAN U TELL ME WHAT IS A "NOTARY"?I AM NOT CLEAR OF THIS..



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Ravikant Soni (LAWYER IN JAIPUR)     13 May 2011

notary is a Government appointment. 

He is authorized to attest documents.

Minimum qualification for  a  notary is 10 year practice as an advocate.

pratik (self working)     13 May 2011

but sir a advocate who is practising can't do notary as per the notary act only lawyers are allowed to do notary.

adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate)     14 May 2011

Purely it is poltically appointment.  If notary is requied or if any notary place isw vacant govt., will invite an application from the advocates who got 10 years of practice.  Previously it was directly appointed with the influence of the politicians but now it is changed interview will be conducted, this is a drama, it also purely based the influence of the politicians and influenced person.
 

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     14 May 2011

Agreed with adv.rajeev(rajoo)

NOTTAM VENKATASAMY (Director Nottam Law Associates)     15 May 2011

1.YOU COMPLETED 1O YEARS PRACTICE AS AN ADVOCATE 2.YOU APPLY THE GOVT THROUGH THE SECRETARIATE 3.THEN YOU GET NOTARY IF POSSIBLE.

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