In Common law and Admiralty law certain notices must be displayed publicly.
A Public Notice is information alerting citizens about government or government-related activities that may cause a citizen to take action. Traditionally and effectively newspapers—that are intended for general circulation, published regularly at short intervals, containing intelligence of current news of general interest — have published public notices because newspapers spark the curiosity and are delivered to the interested public.
A public Notice may be posted anywhere the public will be able to see it. The Common Law website provides this page for public notices to be displayed for all to see.
Affidavit (definition) : facts, which a judge can be called upon to receive and to act upon, either from his [or her] general knowledge of them, or from inquiries to be made by himself [or herself] for his [or her] own information from sources to which it is proper for him [or her] to refer.
Public Notices are listed in alphabetic order:
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