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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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notaryno‧ta‧ry /ˈnəʊtəri $ ˈnoʊ-/ (also notary public) noun (plural notaries) [countable]  SCLsomeone, especially a lawyer, who has the legal power to make a signed statement or document official
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notarySadler's activities as a notary in Chancery remain obscure.But mostly we inquire about notaries.I am given an address, a special archive just for notaries.There were many notaries and much business in the city.Now Broussac had an enemy - a Master François Ferrebourg, a priest, bachelor of arts, and pontifical notary.The numbers, the addresses, the notary seal.He says, First locate where the person died, get the death certificate, and then find the notary.
From Longman Business Dictionarynotaryno‧ta‧ry /ˈnəʊtəriˈnoʊ-/ noun (plural notaries) (also notary public) (plural notaries public) [countable]LAWJOB someone such as a lawyer with the legal power to notarize a documentthe procedure that verifies certificates issued by notariesMost of the centers offer secretarial and notary services.notarial adjectivenotarial costs
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