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Notary World

October 2018

Presidents Message 
World Organisation of Notaries (WON) present and future

Leo Mangan sends greetings to all notaries worldwide. We have improved the website worldnotaries. We now publish an online magazine Notary World. Over time these articles will be archived on our website and build into a useful resource.

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Message from the Inaugural President Ken Sherk

Membership in WON helps to raise profiles, to generate additional work and income, and to facilitate communication with and learning from other Notaries in Common Law jurisdictions.

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Wills Register in the Netherlands

Anthony Northey former President of the Society of Notaries paid a visit with Andrew Johnson, the current President, on a fact-finding mission to the Netherlands.

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The Role of the Notary Today in a Global World

In 2015 The Notaries Society had a competition to write an essay of 800 words to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.  The title put forward was “The Role of the Notary Today in the Global World”.  Drawing inspiration from my daughter who was engaged on her University course which involved much essay writing I decided that such a fascinating subject deserved at least an attempt on my part to convey what Magna Carta and The Rule of Law meant for me personally and the legal world.

Transnational Cases affecting Legal Status of Notaries
Dr Eamonn G Hall,  Notary Public
Dr Hall examines how the continental notary has managed to escape the rules of competition in the EU. The Notary Cases  (determined by the European Court of Justice) represent the most significant judicial decisions affecting the civil law and common law notaries of the European Union ever to come before a court.

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Notaries Public in New Zealand
by Ken Lord

Every now and then most lawyers come across the need to use the services of a Notary Public, perhaps even more frequently in recent years with globalisation, and a greater need to detect fraudulent behaviour.  This article will, after briefly describing the role of the New Zealand Notary, focus on two core aspects of the work of a Notary perhaps most often used, being the witnessing of signatures and identification issues and the authentication of documents, with a final word about international succession law.

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