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NOTARIAL INVASION AND ITS CRIMINAL JUSTIFICATION AS A NOTARIAL PROTECTION MECHANISM: Study OF THE LOCAL LEGISLATION OF JALISCO, MEXICO

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Disciplines
KeywordsTriple Keywords
Faith
Theological belief
Religious belief
Volition
Conation
Will
Legislative enactments
Laws (Statutes)
Law
Legislative acts
Acts, Legislative
Enactments, Legislative
Evolution

Abstract

Public faith in Mexico is deposited in the role of the notary, Jalisco, like the other states of the country, has local legislation regulating the activity of notaries, i.e. there are 32 laws. The question is that, as a special regulation, none provides for a solution to the invasion of notaries from one state to another. Perhaps solving the problem with the criminal threat is excessive, however, in this study the aim is to demonstrate its feasibility. It is proposed to design an autonomous criminal offence, which will stop the invasion of notarial acts, since it causes, as a multi-offensive offence, various effects on legal interests, the first of which leads to the credibility of public faith. The creation of the criminal-law type of notarial invasion is based on the doctrine of the personal principle, in order to establish a crime that is necessary in an evolving society with regard to democratic notarial law.

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