What is the difference between a notarised document and an apostilled document?
A notarised document is a copy of the document which is certified to be a true copy of the original and signed (notarised) by one who is a registered Notary Public. This Notary Public is usually an Attorney, a Lawyer or a Justice of the Peace.
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