A notary public of the common law is a public officer constituted by law to serve
the public in .... The duties and functions of notaries public are described in
Brooke's Notary on page 19 in th...
Following are descriptions of the most common notarial duties. ... prohibited from
certifying copies of documents whose true originals are vital or public records.
Most people believe that notaries simply “notarize signatures.” This greatly
oversimplifies a notary's duties and responsibilities. In carrying out his or her
A notary public is considered a public officer appointed by a state government.
The primary job duty of a notary is to help prevent fraud by witnessing the signing
Association for all Notaries and the public they serve. ..... GOV'T CODE § 8205(a),
imposing “the duty of a Notary Public, when requested” to perform acts ...
Notary publics are local government officials that assist in certifying documents
for legal procedures. Because the requirements for becoming a notary are ...
Notaries public have two main duties that remain consistent from state to state.
Perhaps the most important duty of a notary public is attesting to signatures on ...
A notary public's job is as an impartial witness in the signing of important
documents. It involves identifying an individual, by personal knowledge or by
a notary public; however, such member may not vote on his or her appointment
as a notary. ... faithfully, and diligently discharge the duties of notary public.
A notary public is a public official whose powers and duties are defined by ...
Commonwealth; traditional notary public commissions and electronic notary