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Section 5 – The Notaries Act, 1952

The Notaries Act, 1952


5. Entry of names in the Register and issue or renewal of certificates of practices.-


(1) Every Notary who in ends to practice as such shall, on payment to the government appointing him of the prescribed fee, if any, be entitled.-


(a) to have his name entered in the Register maintained by that government under section 4, and


(b) to a certificate authorizing him to practice for a period of three years from the date on which the certificate is issued to him.


(2) Every such notary who wishes to continue to practice after the expiry of the period for which his certificate of practice has been issued under this section shall, on application made to the Government appointing him and payment of the prescribed fee, if any, be entitled to have his certificate renewed for three years at a time.



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