While the holidays are meant to be merry and bright, traveling during the holidays can sometimes be less than cheerful. As a notary,
For a Notary to gain a foothold in the vast field of Notary Signing Agent, it is essential they understand
This is one of the most common questions asked by newly commissioned Notaries Public! The uncertainty occurs when a Notary is presented with a document that clearly
Most Notaries Public understand how important it is to keep their Notary tools safe and secure. But, in the event of tragedy, do enough Notaries plan for the protection and security of these
According to a survey issued by a prominent national land title* company, a significant majority of consumers whose recent home closings were completed using remote online notarization technology
For many new notaries, receiving a notary commission is a joyous occasion. Be aware that although you may want to celebrate by sharing a photograph of your notary certificate or stamp impression
Question: Didn’t Florida’s Supreme Court issue an Administrative Order allowing all Florida Notaries to perform remote online notarizations without being registered as an Online Notary, and is
The legal requirements for identifying a person appearing for a notarial act vary by state, so the answer is determined....
Interesting question, and the answer is...
Many notaries overlook
Tell the truth… do YOU regularly review your state’s notary public resources to assure yourself that you are notarizing in compliance with the laws and administrative rules that govern you?
Good advice bears repeating. Great
As a commissioned or appointed notary public of your state, you own a lot of personal and professional responsibility every time you perform a notarial
“Notaries witness signatures.”
Certain core notarial permissions are
At Notary Public Underwriters, we believe being ecologically friendly can also be economically viable. We are fully committed to reducing our carbon footprint and
It happens eventually to every notary… a person appears for a notarization, but the document is presented without any notarial certificate language indicating the
Notaries are solely responsible for
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