Oct 27, 2013 ... Notaries must be impartial witnesses to transactions. They may not have an
interest in the documents that they notarize. By the same token, ...
Feb 3, 2016 ... Can a Notary in Alabama notarize a document for relatives? — J.M., Alabama.
Yes, you may notarize for relatives. There is no law that prohibits ...
Can I notarize my own documents or the documents of my family? Can I perform
the ... Notaries are authorized by law to perform six basic duties: Administer ...
Jun 2, 2014 ... In California, public notaries are NOT prohibited from notarizing for relatives
unless it provides a direct financial or beneficial interest.
Documents are notarized to deter fraud and to ensure they are properly executed
. ... Most state laws do not expressly prohibit notarizing for a relative. However ...
Jul 1, 2008 ... Notarizing blank documents, documents with blank spaces and ... you can
perform notarial services for family members, relatives and ...
New Jersey statutes do not address this question specifically. The New Jersey
Notary Association recommends that a notary consider their statutory ...
You cannot notarize a document for an immediate family member. ... a notary
publoic from notarizing a relative's or spouse's signature".
May I notarize for my relatives? Can a notary notarize a document in which his or
her employer has an interest? Is a government employee required to notarize ...
Mar 11, 2007 ... Notarizing a document for a relative might seem like a simple thing to do;
however, you ... about performing a notarization for a family member.