"What Services Does A Notary Public Offer?"
by Andrew Sturo


A notary public is a representative which is appointed by a particular body, the court of Faculties, or the state government in order to witness the process of signing various important documents. The majority of the documents a notary public is requires to witness are related to transfer or sale of property. Some other documents that can be witnessed by a notary public are affidavits, acknowledgments, oaths, or formal protests.

The services that are offered by a notary public include authenticating documents, administering oaths, witnessing contracts and some other document transfers, proving of identity or signature authentication. The services offered by the notary public might differ from one state to another.

In some of the states, the notary public is permitted to provide the services a lawyer can offer. Nevertheless, the notary public is not allowed to offer legal representation in court for a person. In several states, the notary public is empowered to celebrate a marriage ceremony too.

In order for the documents that are verified by a public notary to be legal and verified, the stamp or seal is always required on the documents. The documents are regarded as notarized only when they contain the specific stamp or seal.

The notary public charges some nominal fee for the services. The notary services are extremely beneficial for individuals. For example, a notary public permits the individuals and organizations to enter the business contracts and perform the business with a declaration that the particular business is free of fraud and legal.

The notary services are evenly important for people that are entering into adoption cases or legal contracts. The notary public represents a dependable third party for witnessing and in this manner authenticating a contract that is drawn between them.

The services which are offered by a notary public are quite relevant in the industry of real estate. The notary is the person that identifies the borrower ant that ensures you the mortgage documents are signed by the appropriate person. A notary public will check the legal forms of identification of the borrower, such as the state ID. A loan officer may close the real estate deal only after the completion of this process.

The notary public needs to have legal authority for checking and confirming the authenticity of all the documents. The notary public can validate the deeds and business documents and they are allowed to be witnesses at the contracts. This kind of authentication is required for the business contracts, property acquisitions, as well as international transactions.

The services that are provided by the notary public are indispensable to any person since at least once in your lifetime you will need to legalize certain documents.

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