The laws that govern notary services vary from state to state, but some common questions have answers that apply in most situations.
For example, all states prohibit anyone but an attorney from giving legal advice or drafting legal documents. Not all regulations are that universal however, so please ask about your specific local requirements.
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Responsible individuals who can administer oaths or witness signatures on legal documents. A notary public is also sometimes called a loan signing agent or a loan signing notary. Learn more about what a notary public is on our blog.
A signing agent is a public notary who is an expert in loan closing documents. A lender, title company, or escrow service may hire a signing agent to handle getting documents delivered, signed, or processed efficiently and on time.
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No. Notaries are not responsible for the accuracy or legality of documents they notarize. Notaries certify the identity of signers. The signers are responsible for the content of the documents.
Mobile notaries accept a variety of documents. A current driver's license, passport, non-driver's license ID, or military ID is always acceptable. Note: Only U.S. issued identifications are acceptable forms of ID.
No. All states prohibit non-attorneys from practicing law. A Notary can be held liable for any damages resulting from an incorrectly chosen certificate or notarization.
If a document is recorded with a government agency such as a Secretary of State's office, a County Clerk, or a court, certified copies should be obtained from that agency. Mobile notaries cannot notarize these documents.