oa De Rebus - The office of notary in the Republic
|Article Title||The office of notary in the Republic|
|© Publisher:||Law Society of South Africa|
|Publication Date||Jul 1968|
|Pages||12 - 13|
|Keyword(s)||Deeds, Notary and Wills|
Formerly in England as well as in Holland and in pre-Union days a notary had much more varied kinds of work than in the present day, the reason being that any kind of deed had to be drawn notarially in those days. In many respects, however, the law in regard to this has since been changed and many underhand or non-notarial deeds - e.g. wills - are now accepted when formerly a notarial deed was absolutely necessary.
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