N-2 - Notarial Act

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35. (1)  Notarial deeds must be written on paper complying in format and quality with the standards established by the regulations. They must be hand-written, without abbreviations, in ink of good quality, or legibly type-written in a permanent manner. The use of forms reproduced by means of printing, lithography or photography is authorized provided that such forms have the same characteristics as the type-written deeds. Such deeds must contain no blanks or spaces not filled up by a stroke of the pen. Sums, dates and numbers or other figures, other than simple indications of reference not absolutely essential, must be written in full.
(2)  In typewriting, only the sheet of paper on which the typing was directly done may serve as an original.
1968, c. 70, s. 35.