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www.sosnc.gov/frequently_asked_questions/by_title/_notary_notary

Frequently Asked QuestionsWe provide this for informational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice. ... A North Carolina notary public may notarize documents in any North Carolina county. ... Are a notary who’s had a North Carolina commission since July 10, 1991, and it has never lapsed and you have never been disciplined by us. ...

www.nationalnotary.org/notary-bulletin/blog/2016/12/guide-notarizing-family...

Spouses, parents, siblings and children often need documents notarized — but can you serve as their Notary? Here are some helpful tips for handling notarization requests from family members. Only Some States Say It’s OK To Notarize For Relatives. If asked to notarize for a family member, the first thing to do is check your state’s laws. A ...

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Yes, my brother is a notary and he's notarized for me before. You can notarize for a family member, but it is not a good practice to do so. If the notarized document goes to court, the opposing ...

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Can a NC notary notarize a SC residential lease agreement if all persons signing are present in NC with the notary at the time of notarizing the documents? yes, that is exactly the point of a notary.

www.nationalnotary.org/notary-bulletin/blog/2014/12/notarize-relative...

Hello. NC Notaries may notarize for family members, but may not notarize if the Notary is a signer of, party to, or beneficiary of the record that is to be notarized, or if the Notary would receive directly from a transaction connected with the notarial act any commission, fee, advantage, right, title, interest, cash, property, or other consideration in excess of the maximum statutory Notary fee.

www.notarypublicstamps.com/articles/notarizing-last-wills-and-testaments

Problems can arise when a client presents a notary with a self-prepared will and the client depends on the notary to determine the appropriate notarial certificate. ... In states such as New York and North Carolina, a will does not have to be notarized to be accepted for probate in the courts. ... an improperly drafted will that is notarized ...

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Find a notary public that is a completely disinterested third party to notarize the documents for the family business. The rule of thumb is that a notary public who is a party to a document or who might receive a direct or indirect benefit from the transaction cannot perform the notarial act.

www.notarypublicstamps.com/articles/notarizing-for-family-members

Therefore, notaries should refuse to perform notarizations for all family members. If a family member makes such a request of you, direct him to another notary. It is better to risk annoying a family member by refusing to notarize a document for him than to risk incurring penalties for violating the universal rule of notarial impartiality.

www.notarybonding.com/can-i-notarize-documents-family-members

Can I notarize documents for family members? However, Notaries who do so in many instances will violate statutes prohibiting a direct beneficial interest. For example, if a Notary is asked to witness his wife's signature on a loan document for the purchase of a home they will share, he will directly benefit from the transaction and should ...

www.sos.state.tx.us/statdoc/faqs2300.shtml

Notaries public commissioned for the first time on or after January 1, 2016, and notaries public renewing their commissions on or after that date must have their notary ID number on their seal of office. See Section 406.013 of the Texas Government Code as amended by HB 1683 (PDF). The notary public shall authenticate all official acts with the ...