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notary public information

Postby holy vehm » Sun Feb 14, 2010 7:54 pm

"A ruler who violates the law is illegitimate. He has no right to be obeyed. His commands are mere force and coercion. Rulers who act lawlessly, whose laws are unlawful, are mere criminals".
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Re: notary public information

Postby strawmansarah » Mon Mar 01, 2010 4:35 pm

Found this today - So solicitors/barristers etc are NOT taught ROMAN LAW then.... hmmm.......: :police:

The Notaries (Qualification) Rules 1998

The main points to consider in the Notaries (Qualification) Rules 1998 before deciding whether to qualify as a notary are as follows. Candidates should check ALL the various requirements, not just those summarised below, before embarking on the qualification process.

Rule 3 - Qualification for Admission as a notary public.

No person shall be admitted as a notary public to practise in England and Wales unless such person:

3.1 Is at least 21 years of age and has satisfied the requirements of these rules

3.2 Has taken the oath of allegiance and the oath required by section 7 of the Public Notaries Act 1843, and

3.3 is, except where such application is made under rule 4 (ecclesiastical notaries) or Rule 9 (European Economic Area notaries) either a solicitor of the Supreme Court, or a barrister at law, or holds a degree.

Under Schedule 2 - Prescribed Subjects

Constitutional/Public Law
The Law of Property
The Law of Contract
Equity and the Law of Trusts
Private International Law
Conveyancing

Business Law and Practice
The Law of the European Union
Roman Law as an Introduction to Civil-Law Systems
Wills Probate and Administration
Notarial Practice (including Bills of Exchange)

Applicants who have the following qualifications will normally be exempt from further study of most of the above subjects except Roman Law as an Introduction to Civil-Law Systems, Private International Law and Notarial Practice on the basis that they have already studied them to an acceptable standard.

* Solicitors and barristers who have qualified within the last 5 years
* Holders of a law degree from an English University awarded within the last 5 years
* Those who have successfully completed a CPE or LPC course within the last 5 years

http://www.thenotariessociety.org.uk/becoming-a-notary
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