[ UK /nˈəʊtəɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈnoʊtɝi/ ]
[ US /ˈnoʊtɝi/ ]
- someone legally empowered to witness signatures and certify a document's validity and to take depositions
How To Use notary In A Sentence
- This agreement binds both parties to purchase/sell the property under the terms and conditions agreed, subject to clear title deed determined by the notary public.
- You could assemble two witnesses and a notary and sign the document yourself.
- “Peter Martyr was secretary of the prothonotary under Pope Innocent the Eighth, archpriest of Ocana under Pope Adrian the Sixth,” Chance added. The Faculty Club
- Completion is the definitive passage of the property title from vendor to buyer by a public document, or by private contract authenticated by a notary for the purpose of registration.
- It suggests you'd abandon a friend who'd just fallen onto the subway tracks if you had a prothonotary warbler in your sights, not that the little yellow and gray birds are known to frequent the no. 6 line. Holding the Fort at Pale Maleland
- A notary is supposed to be a person of reputation who is a witness that verifies that something was done in their presence. Pat Choate: Legalizing the Bank Foreclosure Mess
- Left is the only other known drawing of La pucelle during her lifetime, made by the notary Clément de Fauquemberque in a ledger margin on the day that the news arrived in Paris of the French victory at Orleans. Archive 2008-04-13
- The most frightening thing is that you do most of it yourself, so I found myself constantly drawing enormous sums of cash from the bank and handing them over to the tax office, the lawyer, the notary, the vendor and so on.
- -- Tr. The tabellion, -- he called himself "tabellion," petty notary, and keeper of notes (making fun of his calling in order to seem above it), Sons of the Soil
- Though this course of life agreed well enough with the sluggish, phlegmatic temperament of the wine-dealer, it soon began to play the very deuse with the more sensitive organization of the notary, and finally put his nervous system completely out of tune. The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VII. (of X.)