A notary public is someone granted authority by a state to witness the signing of official documents and notarize them with an official seal carrying the notary's signature and the date, according to the American Society... More »

A notary public is a state-appointed official who serves as an impartial witness in acts related to the signing of important documents, such as property deeds, wills and powers of attorney, explains the National Notary A... More »

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A notary public is a public official whose main role is to witness the signing of important documents in non-contentious matters and authenticate signatures for the purpose of deterring frauds. As ministerial officials, ... More »

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If a notary is asked to witness a signature, the notary simply observes an individual signing a specified document, according to the American Society of Notaries. Documents that can be witnessed by a notary do not requir... More »

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A notary public is a state-appointed official who serves as an impartial witness in acts related to the signing of important documents, such as property deeds, wills and powers of attorney, explains the National Notary A... More »

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No person, including a notary public, may make any changes to a notarized document after the date of notarization, according to the American Association of Notaries. If a notary makes an error on a document, she must cor... More »

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A notary public is a public official whose main role is to witness the signing of important documents in non-contentious matters and authenticate signatures for the purpose of deterring frauds. As ministerial officials, ... More »

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