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A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NOTARAISED DOCUMENT AND ATTESTED DOCUMENT(by
GAZETTED OFFICER

Asked by AANEWS AGENCY, 01 May '09 03:37 pm
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Notarized document contains a self declaration and of the deponent. but a attested document is a copy (attested by a gazetted officer) of some original document
Answered by kadagala rambabunaidu, 04 May '09 09:12 pm

 
  
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Attestation by Notary or by a Gazetted officer - no difference in it but companies didn\'t accepts the signatures attested by a Gazetted officer as a legal one
Answered by sudesh, 01 May '09 03:41 pm

 
  
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With money spent and without money spent.
Answered by SRINIVASAN N, 01 May '09 03:38 pm

 
  
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