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Notarial Practice in India

ISBN13: 9781908616074
Published: December 2011
Publisher: Sanjay P. Gogia
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £25.00

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The aim of this book is to set out as clearly as possible the notarial profession in India. It is directed primarily for lawyers, notaries, and professional advisors in UK, USA, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand and rest of the world who are interested in India.

The emphasis of the book is on the practical application of the notarial acts and documents to be used in India with the broad background of the legal and notarial profession. The book is a good source of precedents either used in India or at Indian consular offices overseas. I have endeavoured to write this book in a simple manner and hope the readers will be at ease especially when reading about Indian law.

Other Jurisdictions , India
1. Origin and History of Notaries.
2. An introduction to the Indian Legal System.
3. Doing Business in India.
4. Appointment & Removal of notaries in India.
5. Various kinds of Notarial Acts.
6. Professional Practice & Conduct of notaries
7. Legalisation of documents including the implementation of the Hague Convention.
8. Marriages and Divorces.
9. Execution of wills for Indians abroad and having assets in India.
10. Probate and Succession in India.
11. Dual Nationality dealing with OCI & PIO cards for Indian holding foreign passports.
12. Precedents including powers of attorney used in India, Indian wills, various affidavits used in India and at Indian consular offices overseas