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(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Marlene Caride, Vincent Prieto, Gary S. Schaer, Angelica Jimenez, Ruben Ramos and Annette Quijano to prohibit notaries public from falsely representing themselves as attorneys in advertisements was recently approved by an Assembly panel.
"In many Latin American countries a notary is a member of the legal profession and is licensed to validate real estate transactions, wills and other matters," said Caride (D- Bergen/Passaic). "This bill helps protect residents, who may be under the wrong impression about the types of services that a notary public in this country provides, from entrusting their legal affairs to the wrong individuals."
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