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question iconContradiction in validity of Agreement and the Notary Stamp.

A Booking Agreement is made between Vendor/Developer & Purchaser to get a plot of land at Rajarhat, Kolkata, West Bengal with water, sewerage and electricity facilities in 24 months period from the date of Agreement.

This Agreement is then sent for Notarization and the Notary puts a stamp that shows validity of Notary to be 3 months only.

Will the 24 months validity clause in the Booking Agreement be affected / jeopardized by the Notary validity of 3 months ?

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A.Dear Client,

An expiration date will be applicable on the seal when the notary  stamps the document. The agreement will be valid as long as the date shown on the seal used in the notarization  is valid. It also depends on the nature of the documents in question. If the document specifies that it is valid for one year, then the document will be valid for the same period. As per the Notary Act, the notary only verifies the authenticity and validates the execution of the Agreement. Therefore, it cannot change the terms and conditions of your agreement. It is essential that you send the document before it expires. You won't have to go through the notarization procedure again this way.


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