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tr.v. no·ta·rized, no·ta·riz·ing, no·ta·riz·es
To certify or attest to (the validity of a signature on a document, for example) as a notary public.

no′ta·ri·za′tion (-rĭ-zā′shən) n.


(ˌnəʊtəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or


(Law) law the act of notarizing (a document) or a record thereof; certification
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The notarisation date on both the deeds were found tampered with and the date digits of 2006 were actually 2004 which was tampered to 2006.
She finished around 3pm on Tuesday and returned to the consulate to submit the NBI Form 5 and pay the corresponding fees for notarisation.
Pay the corresponding fees: Notarisation of SPA - Dh100; notarisation of NBI Clearance - Dh100
Notarisation does not need to take place in Iraq, but it is much easier to use documents that have been notarised in Iraq because they do not have to be authenticated through as many government bodies as documents originating outside of the country.
Kontron, a leading global provider of Embedded Computing Technology (ECT), announces that Kontron AG and S&T Holding Deutschland AG are in advanced negotiations regarding the conclusion of a merger agreement and assume notarisation of such agreement presumably on 3 May 2017 subject to the approvals by their respective supervisory boards scheduled for 2 May 2017.
Therefore, this study proposes a notarisation process (technical level) combined with the setting of an online exam policy (institutional level) to develop a more reliable and fairer exam environment.
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology is proposing an initial tender of a mechanisation project for notarisation offices using the public--private partnership (PPP) system, at an estimated cost of EGP 650m.
The deal is seen to be completed later today, after the notarisation of a transfer deed and receipt of funds by the vendors.
The new end-to-end offering includes notarisation, which has been approved by the courts and registered with the Ruler's Court of Dubai.
The service charges for notarisation (certification of documents), private visa re-application, automobile mortgage registration, plant quarantine, as well as testing of agricultural machinery products will be lowered.
It is an international certification comparable to a notarisation in domestic law and specifies if a document issued in one signatory country can be certified for legal purposes in the other signatory states.
This notarisation, which makes the act indisputable, must cover content and not, for example, just the signature," notes the CNUE, which automatically rules out other acts certified by lawyers in common law countries or in the Scandinavian countries (where notary publics do not exist).