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Law Relating to Notaries (Commentary on the Notaries Act, 1952 and the Notaries Rules, 1956 along with Relevant Statutes)

Law Relating to Notaries (Commentary on the Notaries Act, 1952 and the Notaries Rules, 1956 along with Relevant Statutes)

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Desctiption
The Law Relating to Notaries, written by Mr. S.K. Sarvaria, District Judge, Nort West Delhi, lays down commentary on the Notaries Act, 1952 and the Notaries Rules, 1956. In addition to exhaustive commentary, the book lays down relevant provisions of various statues that deal with notarial acts. The eligibility, appointment, renewal, removal, rights and duties of notaries have been exhaustively dealt with in this piece of work. The book covers all relevant legislations that made a notarial act significant not only for national but also for international jurisdictions. It also provides rhe Report of the Commitee on the Functioning of the Notary Cell in the Department of Legal Affairs. Assuming the importance of notarial acts for general public, the different Model Forms provided at the end of the book serve useful not only to Bar and Bench but also to any person who, at any time, deals with notaries.
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Contents
1.    Notary Public - History
2.    Preamkble, Shorttitle, Extent and Commencement
       The Notaries Act, 1952
3.    Definitions?
4.    Appointment, Register, Lists and Seal of Notaries
5.    Funcations of Notaries
6.    Bar of Practice and Removal of Names of Notaries
7.    Construction of References to Notaries, Penalty for falsely representing and Cognizance of Offence
8.    Reciprocal Arangements
9.    Power to make Rules
       The Notaries Rules, 1956
       Table of Cases 
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Author Details
Mr. S.K. Sarvaria is presently serving as the District Judge North West, Delhi. He has a vast experience in the varied fields of judiciary for the last 33 years. From time to tiem, he has held various courts dealing ith civil, criminal, rent and labour matters and has also presided over at Registrar's Court at the High Court of Delhi. His experience in the legal field is reflected in the various law books he has written. His works as an author inlcuded the commentaries on various statutes, namely, the Indian Penal Code, Code of Civil Procedure, Indian  Registration Act, Negotiable Insturments Act, Indian Trusts Act and the Powers of Attorney Act. He has contributed tot he work of Halsbury's Laws of India.
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