Quovius Notary Services is a great resource for the issuing of public documents. A notary public is licensed by the state to administer oaths, take acknowledgments, take proofs of signatures, take oaths of any kind, and execute protests for non-payment of fees. They also perform other duties as indicated in their licensing documents. Notaries are appointed through a process of selection based on educational qualification, experience, skill, temperament, and character. Notary services employ over 200 full-time notary publics, along with a staff of part-time stenographers, proofreaders, secretaries, printers and administrative assistants.
Notary Services Include Many Legal Documents
A notary public signs documents such as affidavits, power of attorney, change of seal, deeds, mortgages, deeds of trust, and codifications. Notary services include helping individuals sign bank and other financial instruments, driving letters, and court papers, notarizing documents such as signatures, witness’ names, signature, and the official seal, and much more. Notary services also provide specialized witness services and can help seal and notarize real estate instruments such as mortgages and deeds of trust.
Some of the typical real estate documents that a notary public may notarize include: deeds of trust, mortgage, and release of trust. Notary services may also seal original public records such as tax deeds, birth and death records, marriage and divorce records, land grant deed, liens, and title insurance policies. The most common service provided by a notary public is executing protests for non-payment of services or for lack of payment of fees. Other document notarization services that a notary public may offer include notarizing corporate seals, deeds of trust, change of signature, new seals, verification of notarization, and records of adoptions, modifications, and related proceedings.