A notarized copy of a document is an identical copy of a certain file that has been signed and certified by an official notary public to be a true and accurate copy of the original and without any error or changes, notes... More »

A notarized document features the content of the original document and a notarial certificate that includes a notary seal. The notarial certificate portion must be included to authenticate the document completely. The wo... More »

A certified true copy is an official copy of an important document like a birth certificate that has been certified by a notary or issued by an authority office. In some cases, a notary will not provide substantial authe... More »

A conformed copy of a legal document is the actual copy of a document that has been filed in court. Lawyers often have one or two copies of the same document, but a conformed copy has the court clerk's stamp and signatur... More »

Filing a motion to compel discovery typically involves drafting a document outlining the problem for the court and requesting relief, selecting a date for the court to hear the motion, delivering the document to the cour... More »

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 formal amendment to the U.S. Constitution is one that goes through one of the processes outlined in Article V of the Constitution and adds to or changes the document's wording. In contrast, an informal amendment does n... More »