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A certified copy is a copy (often a photocopy) of a primary document that has on it an endorsement or certificate that it is a true copy of the primary document. A notarized copy is signed by a notary public (not to be confused with a notary in a civil law country).
Writing 'Certified to be a true copy of the original seen by me' on the document. Signing and dating it. Printing their name under the signature. Adding their occupation, address and telephone number.
Notarized Copy and Certified Copy are used interchangeably. A certified copy does not verify the authenticity of the original document, only that the copy is a true copy of what appears to be an original document to the Notary Public. Of course, Certified Copies can only be made of documents that are original.
If it is a registered Power of Attorney, then you can obtain certified copies from the jurisdictional Sub-Registrar's Office. If it is an unregistered POA lodge a Police Complaint and also give wide publicity through Public Notice in leading newspapers.
U.S. Public Documents: (1) Is a notary public authorized to execute certified true copies of documents, including vital records (birth, death, marriage records, etc.)
Where can you get certified copies? Take your original documents as well as the photocopies to your nearest police station, post office, or lawyer's office. Ask them to certify the documents, and they will stamp them. You do NOT need to pay anyone to certify a document, it is a free service.
Notarized Copy and Certified Copy are used interchangeably. A certified copy does not verify the authenticity of the original document, only that the copy is a true copy of what appears to be an original document to the Notary Public. Of course, Certified Copies can only be made of documents that are original.
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