Notary Service Articles of Interest
In our increasingly global society, conducting business is no longer simply a local matter. The sale or purchase of both goods and services no longer has geographic boundaries. As a result, the need to help foster and maintain the integrity of documentation for transactions, is the responsibility of the notary public. Every civilized nation depends on notaries to guard the public from document fraud.
The notary plays a critical role in the area of law and commerce by providing vital functions including:
In an effort to provide our clients with vital information regarding proper notary practices as it relates to their document needs, we have attached relevant articles below. The importance of documents being notarized correctly can not be underestimated. For it can lead to both document rejection as well as severe liability issues.
These articles are excerpts from the National Notary Association’s Archives, the foremost authority on Notary Rules and Regulations. We have been granted the authority to publish these articles on our website.
What can your boss legally ask of you as a public oficer?
A look at court related notary issues
Notaries may review documents for blank spaces, but just how much scrutiny is too much?
Notarizing Documents: What you can and cannot do
The fine line between being helpful and the unauthorized practice of law isn't always obvious and notaries need to be careful
Staying Ahead of Identity Theft
Website Facades and Phishing..Avoid Being Reeled in
Notaries: The Latest Hotel Amenity
Notary services offered in hotels
Anyone is vulnerable to Insider Identity Theft
Guarding against identity theft
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