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 »

Five Wishes is a legal document that was written under the direction of the American Bar Association's Commission on Law and Aging, states Friends of Hospice. As long as the signing directions are followed, it is valid a... More »

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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 »