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www.superiornotaryservices.com/blog/can-notary-public-notarize-own-document

So, can a notary public notarize his or her own document? Notaries Can Not Notarize Their Own Documents. The short answer is no, a notary public cannot legally notarize his or her own document. Most states specifically ban notaries from notarizing their their own signatures and documents – and for good reason: it creates a direct conflict of ...

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American Society of Notaries z P.O. Box 5707z Tallahassee, FL 32314-5707 z www .asnnot ry o g z (850) 671-5164 Don’t Notarize Your Own Signature Most states’ statutes explicitly ban notarizing your own signature. Even in the absence of an explicit statutory

blog.notary.org/2008/07/what-you-can-and-cannot-do-as-a-notary

For example, you can notarize your brother’s signature on the title of his car, as long as you are not involved in buying or selling the car. Notarizing your own signature or taking your own oath or affirmation — You cannot notarize your own signature or administer an oath or affirmation to yourself.

www.quora.com/Can-a-notary-notarize-their-own-signature

If a notary needs a document notarized, they would go to another notary because they are acting as a principal, not as a notary. A notary must be neutral and cannot be a party to a transaction, and cannot notarize their own signature, when they are acting as a principal. But, there some not...

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

By the same token, notaries are prohibited from notarizing their own signatures, or documents in which they are named. Just as an employer feels it is convenient to have an employee who is a commissioned notary, your family members may be delighted to learn that you have become a notary public because they may feel it will be a convenience for ...

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What does it mean to have a document notarized with a notary public signature? ... After witnessing a signing, a notary public applies their own details, such as their signature, seal, and notary commission details. When you see a notary's seal on a document, it means a notary public verified that the transaction authentic and properly executed

www.texasnotary.com/faqs.asp

No. A notary CANNOT notarize his/her own signature. May I notarize my spouse's signature or for my spouse's business? No. There is no statute that addresses this question, but the general rule is that a notary public cannot perform a notarization on any document in which he/she is a party to the instrument or in which he/she has a personal or ...

www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/notary/FAQ/duties.html

A notary notarizing a will in which the notary’s mother is a beneficiary (whether named or not named in the will) who will receive when the will is executed, and; A notary notarizing her husband’s signature on a business contract. It is unnecessary that the notary notarize the relative’s signature for the notary to have a disqualifying ...

flnotary.com/become-a-florida-notary

A notary public must specify in the certificate, when two or more signatures are to be notarized, which signature is being notarized. It will be presumed that absent these specifics, notarization by the notary public is for all signatures on the document. ... Notarize his or her own signature. 8. Transfer a Florida notary commission to another ...

www.sos.state.mn.us/notary-apostille/notary-help/notary-faq

In other states, wills don't need to be notarized at all. Often, it is not the signature of the testator or testatrix (maker of the will) that must be notarized, but the signatures of witnesses on affidavits appended to the will. Can I notarize a document with blank spaces? This may be prohibited by law in Minnesota.