notary public

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notary public

A person authorized by law to take oaths and witness signatures on documents. In some states, the notary must post a fidelity bond. In some states, notaries must keep complete logs of all documents notarized and the type of identification provided by the party signing the instrument.

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Omar cites an example of when Achode allowed an application question illegibility of stamps by the commissioner of oaths which further poked holes on documents obtained from IEBC on a hard drive.
Omar gave the example of the judge allowing an application that questioned the legibility of stamps by the commissioner of oaths, which further poked holes into documents obtained on a hard drive from the IEBC.

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