What does a prothonotary do?
A prothonotary is a public officer of some jurisdictions. It is defined as the officer who officiates as principal clerk of the courts; and the clerk is defined as an officer of the court who keeps its records, keeps the great seal, issues processes, enters judgment and orders and certifies records.
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