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221. Notaries

(1) The Chief Justice may make rules that provide for —
(a) the educational and training qualifications which must be satisfied before a person may be qualified to practice as a public notary in the Abu Dhabi Global Market;
(b) further training (if any) which public notaries in the Abu Dhabi Global Market are to be required to undergo;
(c) regulating the practice, conduct and discipline of public notaries in the Abu Dhabi Global Market;
(d) the keeping by public notaries in the Abu Dhabi Global Market of records and accounts;
(e) the handling by public notaries in the Abu Dhabi Global Market of clients' money;
(f) the indemnification of public notaries in the Abu Dhabi Global Market against losses arising from claims in respect of civil liability incurred by them;
(g) compensation for losses suffered by persons in respect of dishonesty on the part of public notaries in the Abu Dhabi Global Market or their employees; and
(h) requiring the payment, in such circumstances as may be prescribed, of such reasonable fees as may be prescribed.
(2) Subsection (1) shall not be taken to affect —
(a) any other power of the Chief Justice to make rules; or
(b) any rules made by him under any such power.
(3) In this section "prescribed" means prescribed by rules made under this section.