Not every lawyer is a notary, but every notary is a lawyer. Applicants before choosing a direction and entering a university very often confuse these two values. Therefore, it is important to know in advance how a lawyer differs from a notary public.
Lawyers Business Attorneys develop internal documents that regulate the activities of various structures, draft business contracts and other agreements. Lawyers also represent the legal interests of legal entities in state bodies, in particular, for the resolution of litigation. A highly qualified lawyer can be a judge. He is vested with the power to consider the cases coming to him and make decisions on them.
Thus, the term “lawyer” unites people of several professions related to legal activity. They are a lawyer, judge, prosecutor, investigator and notary, including. Each of the specialists has his own duties and functions.