Legal Definition of ‘ne varietur’
: it must not be changed —used as an inscription on notarized documents especially that are evidence of an encumbrance (as a mortgage)
‘...by virtue of a power of attorney dated [ ] 2013 (which after being signed ne varietur shall remain attached to the present deed to be submitted together with it to the registration formalities).’
ne varietur initialling
Initialling by the negotiators of a treaty, or parts thereof, indicating that the text is authentic, but that their governments are not to be considered bound, thereby allowing further time ...
From: ‘ne varietur initialling’ in Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law »
Subjects: Law — International Law