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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.
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(ˈnəʊtəˌraɪzd) or


(Law) law attested to or authenticated by a notary
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(PhilHealth) made some P4.93 billion in risky investments in 2018, the Commission on Audit (COA) said in its annual audit report, adding that some officials documents were not notarized, exposing the amount to possible irregularities.
Most people do not realize the value and importance of notarizing a document because the fact is that most people only have documents notarized as a part of government requirements for whatever transaction, clearance, application or whatever else they are trying to process.
The nation's current license has the driver's information printed only in Korean on the front, obliging holders wanting to drive abroad to get an international driver's license valid only for one year or have a foreign language translation of their licenses notarized, South Korean news Agency (Yonhap) reported.
The Supreme Court (SC) has suspended from the practice of law for five years a lawyer who notarized legal documents without authority.
Filibon Tacardon, counsel for De Lima, said the judge did not accept the medical certificate because it was not notarized. The younger Dayan has testified during a hearing of the House of Representatives that she received a text message from De Lima requesting her not to allow her father to appear during the inquiry.
convenient, 'business transformation' by having customers meet over the internet to get their documents notarized," she states before asking, "But at what cost?"
The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District ruled that a candidate in an upcoming Maryland Heights election should not be disqualified simply for failing to ensure a required tax document was notarized.
Signatures in Rego's and Boyle's nomination petitions were disqualified, in part, because sheets weren't properly notarized or weren't notarized at all.
Managers of LLC shall hold a duly notarized document evidencing their powers and authorities.
At the end of July, Uzbekistan was allowed to rent a car without a notarized document for a period of 30 days.
Notarize, a notary public platform allowing a person or business to get documents legally notarized online, announced $20 million in new funding, bringing total f to date to $31 million.