Our Notary Acts
Certifying that a signer personally appeared before the Notary, was identified by the Notary, and acknowledged signing the document for its stated purpose.
Oaths and Affirmations
Which are solemn promises to Supreme Being (oaths) or solemn promises on one's own personal honor (affirmations).
Guaranteeing that a photocopy of a document not recordable in public records is true and complete.
Proofs of Acknowledgement by Subscribing Witness
In which a subscribing witness personally appears and swears to the Notary that another person, the principal, signed a document for its stated purpose.
Certifying that the spoke words of a witness were accurately taken down in writing, though this act is most often done by skilled court reporters.
Certifying that a negotiable instrument or other written promise to pay, such as a bill of exchange, was not honored.
Certifying that a signer personally appeared before the Notary, took an oath or affirmation from the Notary, and signed the document in the Notary's presence.
Witness Opening of Safe Deposit Box
Acknowledgements are one of the most common forms of notarization. Typically, they are executed on documents such as deeds and other documents affecting real property that will be publicly filed with a county recorder.
Each and every Notary Public plays a crucial role in combating identity theft. They serve as our front line of defense and the public is safer because of the job they do.