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Often, these are the very people who need to be convinced, or neutralised, in order to win the 31 Legal Lobbying argument. Blaming the need for change on a changed situation or international obligations helps to save face. PRIORITIES The second argument used to defend the status quo is that there is not enough time to deal with your issue. You may be right, but giving time to you would mean something else had to be left undone. Of course, this argument is correct. Getting what you want will probably mean parliamentary time is needed and no government is guaranteed more than one term in office.

If they could use translators, so could anyone. Detailed examination of the ‘foreign law’ studied by Scriveners showed, in my view, that this knowledge was not required to be deep. It too was irrelevant, since other notaries were practising without it. Admissions by the Scriveners An interesting aspect of the Scrivener reply was that it defined the job of a notary. I noted that it clearly defined this as being things all notaries did, that is, drawing up and witnessing legal documents. The translations and foreign law advice were separate.

20 Who are the Players? A common feeling among ASN members was that the Notaries’ Society was too remote and did not give much priority to the problems of London based notaries, who were the only notaries to directly suffer from the Scrivener monopoly. I decided that the ASN was a good source of potential contacts, but how keen people would be to actually do something to end the monopoly was uncertain. Although most ASN members were clearly against the monopoly, they, like other notaries, were much busier as solicitors.

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