A notarized document features the content of the original document and a notarial certificate that includes a notary seal. The notarial certificate portion must be included to authenticate the document completely. The wording of a notarial certificate varies according to the format chosen by the notary.Know More
A notarial certificate on a notarized document includes date of notarization, location of notarization, type of identification, statement of appearance before a notary, name and signature of the notary, and the seal. An official notary seal has four essential elements that include the words "notary public" and the location of the notary as commissioned, which is usually the county and state.
Notarized documents also include the type of notarial act being performed. This is in reference to the act being an oath, acknowledgement of some kind or an affirmation of facts. An oath is a sworn statement attesting that a document is authentic. Acknowledgements are used by the notary when a person is acting within his own rights as an individual. Affirmations are a simple statement that a notary affirms a document's authenticity. When a photocopy of a document needs to be notarized, the notary may use a certification attesting that the copy is identical to the original document.Learn more about Public Records
The notarization of a document never expires, as long as the seal used during the notarization process is still valid, states the National Notary Association. When in doubt, it is always a good idea to seek legal counsel.Full Answer >
Free information for people can be found online through search engines, Whitepages, Yellowpages and Melissa Data. Whitepages users can search its database by name, telephone number, city, state and ZIP code. Users may search by name, address and telephone number or via an interactive satellite map.Full Answer >
To look up a person using an address as of 2015, visit online telephone directories such as YellowPages.com and WhitePages.com, type the address into the search bar, provide the location and ZIP code, and then click Search. Browse the search results to find the exact person you are looking for.Full Answer >
You can often find a business telephone number on the company's website. The online version of Yellow Pages also features residential and business telephone numbers as well as addresses.Full Answer >