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Apostille Service for the Inland Empire

Wednesday, June 7th, 2017
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Apostille Service

Yesterday we performed an Apostille for paperwork from a client in Riverside California that needed to go to India. One of the documents was a Birth Certificate…  No we do not Apostille a copy of the Birth Certificates the State of California can only process the Original Birth Certificate in which they will verify the signature on the (more…)

Notary Public Acknowledgment

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

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“An acknowledgment is a formal [oral] declaration before an authorized public officer. It is made by a person executing [signing] an instrument who states that it was his [or her] free act and deed.” That is, the person signed it without undue influence and for the purposes detailed in it.[19] A certificate of acknowledgment is a written statement signed (and in some jurisdictions, sealed) by the notary or other authorized official that (more…)

An Example of a Notary Acknowledgment

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

An example of a notarized acknowledgment

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Documents certified by notaries are sealed with the notary’s seal or stamp and are recorded by the notary in a register (also called a “protocol”) maintained and permanently kept by him or her. These are known as “notarial acts”. In countries subscribing to the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents or Apostille Convention, only one further act of certification is required, known as an Apostille, and is issued by a government (more…)

Notary Public History

Monday, April 15th, 2013

History

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Notaries public (also called “notaries”, “notarial officers”, or “public notaries”) hold an office which can trace its origins back to the ancient Roman Republic, before Cicero 106-43 B.C., when they were called scribae (“scribes”), tabellius (“writer”), or notarius (“notary”). They are easily the oldest continuing branch of the legal profession worldwide.[citation needed] (more…)

Watch Out For Notarios Offering Bad Tax, Immigration Advice

Monday, April 15th, 2013

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Offering Bad Tax,

Immigration Advice

March 28, 2013

As next month’s income tax deadline draws near, officials in a number of states are cracking down on tax preparers moonlighting as “Notarios” — people who pose as legal professionals to scam immigrants.

The Arkansas Attorney General’s office (more…)

United States Notary Public

Friday, April 5th, 2013

United States

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In the United States, a notary public is a person appointed by a state government, e.g., the governor, lieutenant governor, state secretary, or in some cases the state legislature, and whose primary role is to serve the public as an impartial witness when important documents are signed. Since the notary is a state officer, a notary’s duties may vary widely from state to state and in most cases bars a notary from acting outside his or her home state unless they also have a commission there as well. (more…)

Notary Public Oath, Affirmation, and Jurat

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Oath, Affirmation, and Jurat

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A jurat is the official written statement by a notary public that he or she has administered and witnessed an oath or affirmation for an oath of office, or on an affidavit – that is, that a person has sworn to or affirmed the truth of information contained in a document, under penalty of perjury, whether that document is a lengthy deposition or a simple statement on an application form. The simplest form of jurat and the oath or affirmation administered by a notary are: (more…)

Notary – Common Law Jurisdictions

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Common Law Jurisdictions

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The duties and functions of notaries public are described in Brooke’s Notary on page 19 in these terms:

Generally speaking, a notary public [...] may be described as an officer of the law [...] whose public office and duty it is to draw, attest or certify under his official seal deeds and other documents, including wills or other testamentary documents, conveyances of real and personal property and powers of attorney; to authenticate such documents under his signature and official seal in such a manner as to render them acceptable, (more…)

Notary Public California

Friday, April 5th, 2013

California

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The California Secretary of State, Notary Public & Special Filings Section, is responsible for appointing and commissioning qualified persons as notaries public for four-year terms.[20]

Prior to sitting for the notary exam, one must complete a mandatory six-hour course of study. This required course of study is conducted either in an online, home study, or in-person format via an approved notary education vendor.[21] Both prospective notaries as well as current notaries seeking reappointment must undergo an “expanded” F.B.I. and California Department of Justice background check.[22] (more…)

Notary Public Overview

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Overview

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Notaries are appointed by a government authority, such as a court or lieutenant governor, or by a regulating body often known as a society or faculty of notaries public. For lawyer notaries, an appointment may be for life, while lay notaries are usually commissioned for a briefer term, with the possibility of renewal. (more…)