Tuesday, April 19, 2011


A notary public is empowered by the state to administer various oaths and to testify to the genuineness of signatures. The notary will verify the identity of the signer and affirm in writing that the person signing the document is who he or she claims.

Some people think that having a document notarized makes it legal. It does not. A contract signed by two people without a notary is in most cases perfectly legal.

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