Sunday, December 14, 2014

Legal-Ease: What is a ‘notary’?

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Public perceptions of notaries public and their duties can be enlightening!

Legal-Ease: What is a ‘notary’?

Last updated: November 22. 2014 11:01AM
By Lee R. Schroeder Contributing Columnist

A notary public (commonly called a “notary”) is someone licensed by the local clerk of courts to “notarize” documents.

A notary will sign the notary’s name following the signature of someone personally involved in the document. A notary will sign the notary’s name immediately following one or the other of two major paragraphs.  CONTINUE

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