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Questions for a Public Notary

Do you need a public notary to sign or stamp a document for you? If so, you probably have several questions about the process of acknowledgement and notarization. We'll try to answer some of those questions here:

  • What sort of documents does a public notary witness?
    Public notaries often witness financial documents, like loans and business plans. They witness personal documents, like wills and oaths, as well. They also often witness certificates, titles, and deeds of property. For a full list of the types of documents these professionals may witness, ask a local notary.

  • Does it cost money to use a notary's service?
    Sometimes. An agent may be able to notarize and stamp a financial document, like a loan, for you at your local bank for free. Or, if you can't find a free notary at your bank, you should be able to hire a mobile notary elsewhere for a nominal fee.

  • What, exactly, does a public notary do?
    A notary provides citizens with certified official documents. He or she does this by signing or stamping a document with a seal of approval. Sometimes notaries can also provide you with fingerprints, affidavits, jurats, and other legal acknowledgments.

  • Is it hard to find a notary?
    No. There are many notaries in any given area, and most of them are fairly mobile and are willing to travel to notarize a document. So, if the notary you contact refuses to travel to meet you in a location that is convenient for both of you, you may want to find a different notary.
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    Our association is the main source for all of your notarizing needs anywhere in the nation. Learn more about why certain documents need to be certified and how our members can help you.
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    Busy Bodiez
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    6415 Joliet Ave, Lubbock, TX 79413
    (806) 785-7887 Write review for this local business

    "The are very reliable, friendly, and price was right. They have helped my business improve on our customer service by improving our delivery system. I would recommend them to anyone. ..."
    Lubbock Mobile Notary Write review for this local business
    4414 82nd Street, Ste. 212-160, Lubbock, TX 79424
    (805) 217-3930  
    We provide prompt, professional and courteous mobile notary services to all of the area. We notarize any document 24/7. No matter what type of notary public service you need, we can help.
    Johnson Income Tax Write review for this local business
    4200 Boston Ave, Lubbock, TX 79413
    (806) 792-6325  
    AIM Mail Center Write review for this local business
    4414 82nd St Unit 212, Lubbock, TX 79424
    (806) 785-0000  
    Central Bail Bonds II Write review for this local business
    1414 Quincy St, Plainview, TX 79072
    (806) 291-8899  
    Pak Mail Center Write review for this local business
    2317 W 5th St, Plainview, TX 79072
    (806) 288-0199  
    DCS Mobile Notary Service Write review for this local business
    507 S Highway 385, Dimmitt, TX 79027
    (806) 647-0755  

    Since public notary is a state appointed position, each state has different application and training requirements in order for you to be certified. The states Pennsylvania, Florida, Missouri, Colorado, Montana, Oregon, and California all have mandatory training before you can apply for your notary certificate while North Carolina and Nevada do not allow for online training. Every other state has video training courses available online, but do not require training to become an agent. The only exception is Louisiana, where notaries seem to have more power than in any other state and thus require state required exam.

    While yes, all it takes is a document application to get your legal seal in most states, being a public notary has much more responsibility than it may seem. It may be fun to sign your name, stamp your legal fingerprint, and get paid but any mistake you make can end up with you being held personally liable. Say you notarize a financial loan document or a property deed that turns out to be fraudulent. You will end up in trouble with the state and most likely lose your title. If you notarize affidavits as an employee of a business, your employer could be held accountable as well.

    With training, you will be able to distinguish false documents from true, witness jurat oaths, and sign your name in acknowledgment of the proper certifications. You and your business associates will rest easier knowing the financial loan or mobile travel documents you authenticated are done correctly.