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Application Procedure For Notary Public

Application Procedure For Notary Public
Notary also known as a Notary public in common parlance is a qualified and experienced lawyer appointed by the state or central government on the recommendation of courts under the provisions of the Notaries Act, 1952.  who can give an oath to a person and declare the Legal document like affidavits and contracts produced before him as authentic, by affixing his seal and stamp on it of course by charging some officially prescribed fee under provisions of notaries act, 1952. 
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     The standing of Notary Public can be granted to any Lawyer or member of Indian Legal Services. It is to be noted that, No Legal Training is required to apply for Notary Public. However there are some requirements or eligibility criteria before to apply for Notary Public.

Eligibility for becoming a Notary Public 

Ø  Ten (seven in case of reserved categories and woman candidates) years of practice as an advocate or

Ø  A member of the Indian Legal Service or

Ø  Office under the Central or state Government, requiring special knowledge of law, after enrolment as an advocate or

Ø  An officer in the dependent of judge, Advocate- General or in the armed forces.  

    if the above requirements have compiled then download and fill this form  Here  and send it on the following address:
     Ministry of Law and Justice,
    4th Floor, A-Wing, Shastri Bhawan,
    New Delhi-110 001.
    For more details please refer "THE NOTARIES ACT, 1952" Here 


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