A Treatise on the Law Relating to the Office and Duties of Notaries Public Throughout the United States: With Forms of Affidavits, Acknowledgments, Conveyances, Depositions, Protests, and Legal Instruments

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Sumner Whitney, 1877 - 360 pages

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Contents

Qualifications for appointment
12
Period for which appointed
13
Notaries in France
14
CHAPTER III
16
In Louisiana
18
May act as justice of the peace in some States
19
Requirements as to seal CHAPTER IV
28
Essential of certificate 32 Identity of the party
29
Identity how proved 34 As to the officer taking the acknowledgment
31
Where the officer is a party in interest 36 A deputy can take the acknowledgment
33
Place where acknowledgment is made 38 The necessity of a seal
35
Certificate of probate of deeds
37
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS BY MARRIED WOMEN 40 Theory of the law in respect to 41 Requisites of the certificates
38
As to the exact compliance with these requirements 43 A private examination
39
The wife must be made acquainted with contents
41
The certificate must state a voluntary free
42
That she does not wish to retract her
44
Effect of the certificate against the wife
45
Liability of notary for invalid acknowledgment
46
Statutory provisions in reference to acknowledgments
49
CHAPTER V
62
May take depositions
68
Mistakes in names of parties in caption
69
Should state at whose request deposition taken 61 The certificate generally 62 Immaterial omissions in the certificate
71
As to swearing the witness
72
The identity of the witness 65 Writing out the deposition
73
The manner of writing out 67 Language of the deposition
74
Presence of parties
75
Place where taken 70 Powers of notaries in taking depositions
76
Adjournment
78
The deposition should be subscribed
79
Certification of official character of officer
80
Certain States require a certification
81
Return of the deposition
82
CHAPTER VII
84

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