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Section 10 – The Notaries Act, 1952

The Notaries Act, 1952


10. Removal of names from the Register.-


 The Government appointing any notary may, by order, remove from the Register maintained by it under section 4, the names of the notary if he:-


(a) makes a request to that effect; or


(b) has not paid any prescribed fee required to be paid by him; or


(c) is an undischarged solvent; or


(d) has been found, upon inquiry in the prescribed manner, to be guilty of such professional or other misconduct as, in the opinion of the government, renders him unfit to practice as a notary.



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