IANAL A notarized document is simply a signature witnessed by a bonded individual (a notary), who has been granted that status by the State in which they operate. The notary is required to assess and vet your identity, keep proper records, and if ...
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...
Many legal processes required a notarized copy of the passport, green card and similar documents. Please note that in most cases, the notarized copy of the birth certificate, marriage certificate etc. can not be used, and the certified copy must be used for them. However, for those documents where a notarized copy is required, people routinely face difficulty regarding this.
Can you fax a notarized document? My partners are signing a DBA form to create a partnership. My county requires that the signatures be notarized. One partner lives in Canada and one in Missouri. Can this form be notarized, faxed to another partner, notarized again and then be faxed to me?
Instructions for Obtaining a Notarize Copy of Your Document. How to Obtain a Notarized Copy of Your Document. Bring to the notary your original document, a photo copy of it and a valid ID, such as your driver license or passport.
Though your question is short but the same has different applicability to different documents. In my opinion some view are enumerated below : 1. attested and certified photostat copies as true copies of the original have no end of their validity p...
Is a copy of a notarized living trust as good as the original (legally)? We have a living trust and we sometimes make changes to it. For example adding new bank accounts, or updating it after we...
Documents might or might not become official immediately after they’re notarized. If a valid signature is all it takes to execute an agreement, a properly signed and notarized document may do the trick. Ask a local attorney for guidance on your particular situation and local laws.
Updated 3-5-19. There are few states that give new Notaries practical tips when performing their first notarization. Even states that have mandatory education requirements for commission applicants focus more on Notary law than Notary practice. To help the new Notaries in our community, here are 5 steps to a proper notarization:
Copies and faxes of contracts, and scanned or electronically stored versions, are all “good” (valid) contracts and enforceable. In fact, contracts are now very commonly executed, or signed, at least partially by fax or scanned copy, with one person signing, then transmitting the contract in some form to the other, who then signs it and transmits a countersigned version back.