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What is Notary Public?
A Notary public is a person authorized to perform certain legal formalities, especially to draw up or certify contracts, deeds, and other types of documents for use in other jurisdictions.
Types of Notarizations
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An acknowledgment is used to ensure that the signer of a document is who they claim to be and has voluntarily signed the document.
The purpose of a jurat is for a signer to swear or affirm that the contents of a document are true. Depending on the jurisdiction, it also can be known as an affidavit or a verification on oath or affirmation.
A copy certification confirms that a reproduction of an original document is a full, true, and accurate transcription or reproduction of the original. Documents requiring copy certification may include: diplomas, driver’s licenses, leases, contracts, vehicle titles, Social Security cards, medical records and bills of sale.
Remote Online Notary (RON)
What is Remote Online Notary?
Remote online notarization (RON) is the process of having your document notarized online by a state-licensed or commissioned notary public via live audio-video technology, with the use of electronic signature, identity verification, electronic notarial journal, and record keeping technologies.
NEW FLORIDA NOTARY PUBLIC LAW
The Florida legislature recently enacted House Bill 409, which amends various statutes that allowed for remote online notarization in Florida. This legislature amended the requirements for notary acknowledgement forms effective January 1, 2020. Florida Notaries must use new certificate wording for acknowledgments and jurats that indicates if the signer appeared in person or by audiovisual communication for the notarization such as remote online notarization. Documents and affidavits notarized using the old wording may not be accepted for recording and may be subject to questioning regarding the validity of the notarial act.
Types of Documents we Notarize
Please note that all documents must have the correct notary language in order for us to notarize your document. If your document does not have the correct notary language, you will be offered a notary certificate at an additional fee.
- Notice of Lien, Lien Release, or Authorization to Add/Remove Name from Title
- DS 3053 – U.S. Department of State. Issuance of a U.S. Passport to a Minor Under Age 16
- Vehicle Certificate of Ownership/Title Application
- Advanced Health Directive Forms
- Applications for Admission to Practice as an Attorney
- Handgun Permits
- Identity Theft Victim’s Complaint and Affidavit
- Power of Attorney (POA)
- Promissory Note Agreements
- Bank Transfer Service Forms
- Supplemental Marriage License Applications
- Temporary Guardianship Agreement
- Medical Authorization for Minors
- Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale
- Last Will and Testament
- School Affidavit of Residence
- Articles of Incorporation
- Commercial Leases
- Employment Contracts
- Living Will
- Legal Affidavits
- Attestation to Photocopies of Original Documents
- Passport Application Documents
- Mortgage Documents
- PS1583 – Application for Delivery of Mail Through Agent
- Designating Beneficiary(ies) for a Retirement Account & Death Benefit
- Uniform Consent to Service of Process
- Affidavit of Heirship
- Unclaimed Property Inquiry
- Minor Piercing Consent Forms
- Minor Tattoo Consent Forms
- Residential Leases
- Loan Modification Documents
- Notice of Commencement (City Permit Documents)
- Letter and other Customized Documents
How do I get My Document Notarized?
Follow these three Easy steps to get your document Notarized.
Schedule Your Appointment
Schedule your Mobile Notary or In-Office Appointment with SBNT Express.
Visit Our Office/Join Online Session
Visit your local SBNT Express office or schedule a remote online audio/video Notary session.
Present Valid ID
In order to Notarize your document you must present a valid government issued ID and sign your document in the presence of our Notary Public.