The act of notarization doesn't make a document legally binding, and it simply certifies that the individuals who sign a document are who they purport to be, according to the National Notary Association. Although a legal... More »

A notary public attests to the validity of the identity of the signature on a document rather than of the document itself, as stated by the Michigan Department of State Office of the Great Seal. There is no time limit on... More »

A warranty deed is a legal document used in real estate transactions that transfers property ownership between two parties. The warranty deed establishes legal ownership and also ensures that the property is free of lien... More » Business & Finance Real Estate

The notarization of a document never expires, as long as the seal used during the notarization process is still valid, states the National Notary Association. When in doubt, it is always a good idea to seek legal counsel... More »

A lewd act is a legal category that describes a crime that is of a sexual nature yet falls short of the legal definition of sexual assault or rape. The U.S. Military defines unlawful sexual contact as unwanted contact wi... More »

The federal law related to vehicle odometers, Public Law 103-272, prohibits the resetting of an odometer with intent to alter the number of miles shown, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Ci... More »

According to the Department of Labor, an employer is legally allowed to reduce the salary of non-exempt employees and exempt workers under labor law rules. An employer cannot reduce any employee's salary to below the cur... More »