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Kavy Ramano’s Notary Scandal: Investigations Ahead



Kavy Ramano's Notary Scandal: Investigations Ahead

In a press release issued on Thursday, June 20, the Notaries’ Chamber has acknowledged the various statements and articles in the press regarding Honorable Kavydass Ramano. The Chamber asserted that, given the potential for investigations into this matter, it is constrained from making any comments on this specific case.

However, the Chamber wished to emphasize that it will take all necessary actions, impartially and within the limits of its powers conferred by the laws governing the notarial profession.

To recall, Kavy Ramano’s notary firm’s letterhead was used in administrative procedures related to an EIA permit application, despite the fact that, as Environment Minister, he is no longer supposed to practice as a notary.

Minister Kavydass Ramano had issued a press statement on June 4, explaining his situation. He stated that he had informed the Notaries’ Association upon his appointment as Environment Minister that he would no longer practice as a notary from that date.

He added in his statement: “No one is authorized to issue documents in my name as a notary.”

The Notaries’ Chamber’s statement highlighted its commitment to upholding its professional standards and ensuring that its members adhered to the rules and regulations governing the profession.

The Chamber’s decision not to comment further on the specific case underscores its desire to maintain an impartial stance while allowing any necessary investigations to proceed.

In light of these developments, it remained unclear what actions will be taken by relevant authorities or whether any further investigations will be launched.

The Notaries’ Chamber’s statement served as a reminder of its commitment to upholding the integrity of the notarial profession and ensuring that its members adhere to the highest standards of professional conduct.

Source: Defi Media

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