Generally, the parties to a notarial deed are not required to appear before the notary, and instead appoint a representative granting them Power of Attorney to act on their behalf.
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Notarial bonds are registered with the Deeds Office for movable property which the debtor has given as security for the repayment of a loan to a creditor.
You will need to act quickly in order to acquire a court order which will allow for you to take possession of the movable property which is covered by the notarial bond
Signing or legalising documents within South Africa for use abroad or vice a versa can be a frustrating experience. Especially after having the documents signed and executed only then to find out that the documents are not legally valid.
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