A5. Drafting Notarial Certificates for Unusual Transactions
New Usually the everyday work of a notary is to notarise Powers of Attorney or to make certified copies of various documents or certificates; however that is not always the case. In this programme we look at the more unusual client requests and we make suggestions as to how they should be dealt with.
- To know more about unusual events notaries are sometimes called upon to witness and how to draft a notarial certificate to record the same.
- To have knowledge of additional reasons notarisation is needed including how, in this increasingly technological world, to certify information that only exists in digital form
- To be reminded of the component parts of the notarial certificate
- To provoke thought about the use of language and choice of words in Notarial Certificates
- To have an understanding of text used by other notaries in various contexts
- What unusual transactions to avoid and how to tell the difference
- The notarial certificate:
- is one necessary?
- Client not present certificates
- the component parts
- the use of language
- document presentation
Examples of actual transactions are provided
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