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Section 3 – The Notaries Act, 1952

The Notaries Act, 1952


3. Power to appoint Notaries.-


The Central Government, for the whole or any part of India, and any such State Government, for the whole or any part of State, may appoint as notaries , any legal practitioners or other persons who possess such qualifications as may be prescribed.



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