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1. Of or relating to a notary public.
2. Executed or drawn up by a notary public.

no·tar′i·al·ly adv.
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(noʊˈtɛər i əl)

1. of or pertaining to a notary public.
2. drawn up or executed by a notary public.
no•tar′i•al•ly, adv.
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[nəʊˈtɛərɪəl] ADJnotarial
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adj seal, deed, stylenotariell; feesNotar-
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There are only nine days before us for drawing up and recording the notarial deeds (bear that in mind).
Most of the identified notarial contracts involving urban musicians in southern France are property transactions, wills and marriage agreements.
When the document under scrutiny is a special power of attorney that is duly notarized, we know it to be a public document where the notarial acknowledgment is prima facie evidence of the fact of its due execution.
The new computer equipment and office furniture for over 300,000 soms were transferred to the state notarial office of the Justice department of the Issyk-Kul region with the participation of first deputy governor of the region Damira Monoldorova on May 21.
Recently, the ministry launched an e-notarization system to provide several services that dispense with paperwork and spare clients the need to visit notarial offices for low-risk powers of attorney (PoAs).
13 requiring the lawyers to present themselves before the Office of the Bar Confidant prior to being issued clearances for notarial commission.
The SC said their appearance is being required before they are issued with clearances for notarial commission.
In particular, by the order of the Justice Ministry, amendments and additions were made to the directive on notarial acts, according to which foreign citizens and stateless persons have to purchase residential property in a new building for at least 600 million soums in order to obtain a residence permit in the Tashkent region.
Tobacco growers must submit the production and purchase contracts, protocols for the sale of tobacco, as well as inheritance certificate, notarial act, contract of lease for 2013-2014, Standart news reports.
The court explained first that the actions concern solely the nationality condition imposed by the national laws in question for access to the profession of notary and not the organisation of the notarial profession as such.
According to the Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania, transactions shall be made in writing (in the ordinary or notarial form), or their formation may be implied from the actions.
Second, she explores the everyday lived responses to the colonial racial order(s) through examination of court cases, sacramental registries, and notarial records.