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Title: Editorial [The Law Journal : Volume 2 : Issue 2]
Authors: Malta Law Students' Society
Keywords: Law -- Malta -- Periodicals
Constitutional law -- Malta -- Periodicals
Civil law -- Malta -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 1947
Publisher: Malta Law Students' Society
Citation: Malta Law Students' Society. (1947). Editorial [The Law Journal : Volume 2 : Issue 2]. The Law Journal, 2(2), 55-59.
Abstract: SEC. 6 of Cap. 92 of the Revised Edition of the Laws of Malta includes, amongst the conditions required to become a notary, that of the attainment of 25 years of age. This section, which was modelled on French and Italian law, dates as far back as 1859 when it was inserted in Ordinance VIII of that year. Since then, however, the tendency of modern legislation has been to reduce this age limit. Thus in Italy it has been reduced to 24 years; the laws of Portugal require only 21 years. In Scotland, any law agent may be appointed Notary and any person who is 21 years of age and who has satisfied other conditions may be appointed law agent.
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