What is an Apostille and When Do I Need One?
Public documents, such as birth certificates, judgments, patents or notarial attestations ( A verification by the secretary of state) of a notary’s… 187 more words
A notary public is a witness attesting to the conclusion and signing of documents. The notarization process is provided for the deterring of fraud during the concluding of these documents, by ensuring that the parties enter into an agreement willingly, having full capacity and knowledge of the documents at hand and attesting that the parties are who they say they are. 374 more words
Since the notary public profession implies services granted by the notary public in the field of legal documents, which produce enforceable legal effects, it is a commonly expressed perception that the notary public may, to a certain extent, draft documents or give legal advice. 247 more words
A former notary public and prominent person in the South Asian community, who masterminded a $100-million Ponzi scheme involving at least 200 investors, has been sentenced to six years in jail on Wednesday. 283 more words
There’s a good chance that while you’re in the throes of signing and organizing said documents – for whatever purpose – you’re going to need a notary public. 497 more words