Types of Documents that Need To Be Notarized

Documents that make up a legally binding contract usually require notary certification. This will vary based on local laws. It is your client's responsibility to consult with their attorney to understand state and local laws. You can hop over to this website to get in touch with the best notary agent. 

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Confession. They state that the signer has appeared personally before the notary, has been identified by the notary and has confirmed the signing of the document or documents.

Law. They can be found in sword documents as affidavits. They stated that the signatory had appeared before a notary and signed before a notary. They also certify that the signatory has taken an oath or certified certification.

Photocopy of power of attorney that has been legalized. A POA is a power of attorney that authorizes another person to act on their behalf. Banks, corporations, and courts do not accept POA unless notarized. The notary certifies that the copy is the same as the original.

Oaths and affirmations. An oath is a solemn promise to God. Affirmations are serious promises made to personal honor.

Certificate of achievement. They claimed that a witness appeared in person and swore before a notary that someone else signed a document.

Apostille. This is a certificate or notary that is usually required for documents that can be sent to other countries. Apostille is a French word and means certification.