A notary public of the common law is a public officer constituted by law to serve the public in non-contentious matters. These matters are usually
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This blog is aimed at educating clients, professionals and the entire public on the different duties exercised by the notary public in Cameroon. We believe that even though the term notary public is familiar in the Cameroon society, a great number of persons do not still understand or have full knowledge on the extent of the duties of the office.
It is important to note that the notary public office in the French speaking part of Cameroon is independent of the office of an advocate and solicitor. However, in the English speaking region of Cameroon, an advocate and solicitor doubles in the capacity of a notary public and can exercise all the duties required of a notary public in Cameroon.
The various aspects of the office of a notary public in Cameroon are illustrated in the articles below;
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