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Synonyms for notarize

authenticate as a notary

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If a POA is issued abroad, in order for it to be valid in the UAE, it must be notarised in the UAE.
Bremen Dotlinger Strasse was notarised for sale on the 23 October 2018 and is expected to complete in March 2019.
Kolab Systems has announced an ICO for NotaryTRADE.IO, the first notarised P2P cryptocurrency exchange with Blockchain servers owned entirely by its clients, the company said.
In November 2016, the group notarised the purchase of an office building located in Dreieich for a total consideration of EUR 4.6m.
Notarised verification of signatures andA the contents of documents will be needed to register decisions of general shareholdersa meetings of limited liability companies related to changes in ownership structure, distribution of profits, changes in capital, election of a company CEO, as well as purchases and sales of real estate assets or property rights associated with them, according to the statement.
The 12-1 shot Notarised, under Sylvestre de Sousa, cut out all the running and when Watersmeet (13-2) and Joe Fanning tried to get past him, he dug deep to score by by half a length.
Have 3pts win at 11-1 with Stan James and 2pts each-way at 20-1 about NOTARISED generally.
The Supreme Court relied on Articles 8, 10 and 11 of the Commercial Companies Law (CCL) and held that it is imperative for all agreements relating to commercial companies to be in writing, notarised and registered in the Companies Commercial Register so as to comply with the requirements of the CCL and that all amendments to the company documents (i.e.
He suggested that it be notarised so that it becomes an official document.
They must be notarised and registered to be "perfected" (completed).
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 19, 2017-Kolab launches first notarised cryptocurrency you can send by email
THE busy Notarised has his 30th start but only his second on the all-weather when he reappears in this PS19,000 feature.
Yes, the employer has the right to ask for duly notarised documents that proves your qualifications.
Charlie Johnston, son of Mark Johnston, trainer of Notarised, Oriental Fox and Watersmeet The race is still some way off.