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According to the National Notary Association, a notary should never notarize any document that relates to himself in any way. If he is personally named or will receive any sort of benefit from the document, notarizing it could open the notary to a lawsuit or criminal ch...

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The American Association of Notaries reports that most jurisdictions do not have a specific ban on notaries notarizing family members' documents but that it is not a good practice to do so. Notaries are banned from notarizing their own documents or documents that they h...

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A notary public is allowed to notarize documents, according to the National Notary Association. Notaries are appointed by state governments. They oversee the signing of many official documents, including real estate records, prenuptial agreements and power of attorney a...

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According to The Law Dictionary, getting a document notarized requires taking it to a notary public, showing proof of identity for everyone who needs to sign the document and signing it in front of the notary. The notary places a seal on the document, along with the not...

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While there are not any specific education requirements for becoming a notary public, additional requirements depend on the state in which you reside. In some states, it is beneficial for candidates to attain post-secondary education in political science. Notary trainin...

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A notarized letter is a typed or written correspondence to a person or organization that has been stamped or sealed by a notary. Doing so states the signature on the letter is legitimate.

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Most major banks and many UPS stores offer notary services for free or for a small fee. Online sources such as TheBestNotary.net, Notary Rotary, 123Notary, American Society of Notaries and Live Notary Network contain listings of notaries in certain locations. Each site ...