Origin of notary
OTHER WORDS FROM notaryno·ta·ry·ship, noun
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How to use notary in a sentence
These are real people, real allegations, signed with notaries, who are alleging the following, among other contentions, they are alleging — this is one county, Wayne County, Michigan.‘Big Lie’ proponent Kayleigh McEnany says she ‘never lied’ as press secretary|Erik Wemple|June 15, 2021|Washington Post
Two unidentified men on a motorcycle shot Maria Elena Ferral at least three times on March 30 while she was leaving the office of a local notary in the city of Papantla, in Veracruz state.Journalists faced new threats in 2020. These 10 and countless others deserve justice|lbelanger225|January 4, 2021|Fortune
Taking that meeting online used to be more difficult, in part because most states required that a notary, usually someone in the lawyer’s office, witness the customer’s signing of the mortgage note in person.
He will then hire a car to take the notary public to the prison on the day of the wedding.
He then made a point of registering the title with a local notary public on March 28.A Brazilian Man and Two Women Are Accused of Murder and Cannibalism|Mac Margolis|April 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Also in on the Davis con were Lydia Eileen Pearce, one of the owners of the Steward-Pearce Mortuary, and notary Barbara Ann Lynn.
He was the son of a notary at Nismes, and started in life with a good education, but with no fortune.
Thynne's edition, 1532); and a printed copy by Julian Notary (Ju.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
This council replaced Rogron with the notary Auffray and chose Ciprey for vice-guardian.
The notary was set up in business by his younger brother and grew rich rapidly.
In 1821 she transmitted a terrible and fatal disease to Crottat, the notary.