Bureacracy. Everyone hates this word but the modern society cannot survire without bureacracy. A well know “web of trusts” is necessary for our society to go on. The professionals who are necessary for some bureacracies needs are for example Notaries, barristers, compliance staff. Public notaries belongs to a privileged, multibillionaire global market. Only one bank, called HSBC, hired more than 5000 compliance staff in one day. There’s a real compliance jobs “boom”. What are “notaries”? Notaries, are of very ancient origin and they were well know amongs the ancient Romans. They exist about in every State, particularly in Europe. Of course, they have been around for a long time. For example, Babylonian notaries chiseled the oldest written law into stone over 4000 years ago. At the time, notaries were trusted, wise and well respected members of the society. Their acts have been always respected by the custom of merchants and by the courts of all nations. Their role was to oversee transactions and guarantee their fairness. Their role has since evolved into a professional service. Anyway, the essence is still the same. Their modern duties are usually prescribed by such laws.The most usual are:1) To certify copies of agreements and personal documents(identity)2) To protest notes, bills of exchange, and the like3) To attest deeds, agreements and other instruments, inorder to give them authenticity
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