Does a notary in Florida have the authority to notarize documents in the entire state?
In previous years a notary in the state of Florida could only notarize documents in his own County. There was a notary known as a notary at large who could notarize documents in the entire state of Florida. The state law concerning notaries was amended and a Notary Public in the state of Florida has the legal authority to perform all authorized official duties within the geographical boundaries of Florida. A notary in the state of Florida is a state official. Did you know that a notary in the state of Florida has the authority to marry a couple. So if you are thinking about having a beach wedding on one of the beautiful beaches located in the state contact a notary in that area and they can perform the wedding right on the beach for you.
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