Notary, Notary Public

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Meaning of Notary, Notary Public

A public officer whose function it is to attest and certify documents under his official seal in order to give them credit and authenticity, to take acknowledgments of deeds and other conveyances and certify them, and to perform certain official acts, chiefly in commercial matters, such as protesting of notes and bills, the noting of foreign drafts, and marine protests in cases of loss or damage . See Commercial union Ins. Co. of New York v Ber Thomas-Aitken Const. Co., 230 A.2d498. 49 N.J. 389. Also see §3-509 of U.C.C.; also see protest .

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