Public Notaries Appointment Rules – Reprint History

The reprint history of any legislative or statutory instrument (including rules and regulations) is the history of amendments that have been made to that instrument over the time it has been in force. The law is a constantly evolving body of rules; as social and political circumstances change, so too the rules may undergo alteration, augmentation and adjustment. Likewise, the growth of legislation may impact on other statutory and legislative instruments and these may require change for the sake of consistency and clarity. The reprint history of the Public Notaries Appointment Rules shows that there has been only one reprint; this means that there have been no amendments or changes to those rules since they came into force.

Notarial services in Sydney (mobile in North Sydney, St Leonards and surrounds) can be offered to meet an individual’s needs, including the witnessing of affidavits, the authentication of materials (whether written or not), the taking of declarations, as well as the preparation of other notarial certificates that are intended to be utilised by external state authorities, non-government organisations (NGO) or other private institutions situated outside Australia. If you are looking for a Sydney Notary Public, we look forward to hearing from you.

The information in this post is based on reprint No. 1 (6 September 2013) of the Public Notaries Appointment Rules (NSW) as in force at 23 September 2008. This brief post is provided for general knowledge purposes only and is not to be treated as formal legal advice. This short article is copyright to the writer.
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