notary is a noun that refers to an office or institution that does not act as a public servant.
it means an office holder that does their work independently of the public, rather than with the public’s consent or approval.
notary is used by people who are legally obligated to do their work for the public but who are not legally obliged to act in the public interest.
in other words, the word notary does not imply that the person doing the notarial work is acting in the interest of the people of the community.
a notary in London does not get paid for doing their work but the person performing the notary work does, because the person who is not an official notary cannot get a commission on their fees, unless the notaries fees are reimbursed by the public purse.
notaries work is an official public service that takes place in the official capacity of a notary.
in fact, a notarial is an officer of the Crown in the person’s official capacity.
in Britain, notaries have a statutory duty to perform their duties, and they are paid by the Crown.
the Crown pays notaries, but notaries cannot get any public money for performing their duties and are not paid by taxpayers.
the notarised work performed by notaries in the UK has to be carried out in the private capacity of the notarian, and is not covered by the Public Service Act 1991.
in the UK, notarial services are paid for by the government, but there is no requirement for notaries to be paid for their work.
the work done by a notarian is not public; it is not subject to the same legal protections as any other public work.
it is illegal for notary offices to engage in the commission of public corruption.
this is because notaries are not public servants.
it is also illegal for a notarized notary to engage with any criminal organisation, and there is nothing that can be done about that.
notary officials are not permitted to do business with anyone, or to receive payment for their services, and it is illegal to employ a notario in a public service or a public office.
there are two types of corruption in notarial and notary services.
public corruption, where public funds are involved, and public corruption where private funds are used.
public money can be used to pay for the notaring and notarial functions of a person, and private money can also be used for notarial costs, such as printing receipts, paying bills, etc.
public corruptions include: bribery and corruption of public officials by the same person or persons;