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WHAT IS A NOTARY?

A Notary is an official of integrity appointed by state government, by the Secretary of State, to serve the public in non-contentious matters, usually concerned with estates, deeds, powers of attorney and foreign and international business.  A notary performs a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts relating to the signing of important documents. 

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WHAT IS A NOTARY?

A Notary is an official of integrity appointed by state government, by the Secretary of State, to serve the public in non-contentious matters, usually concerned with estates, deeds, powers of attorney and foreign and international business.  A notary performs a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts relating to the signing of important documents. 

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A PA Notary is authorized to perform the following six (6) Notarial Acts:

  1. Acknowledgments  
  2. Administering Oaths or Affirmations
  3. Verification of Oaths or Affirmations
  4. Witnessing or Attesting Signatures
  5. Copy Certifications
  6. Noting a Protect of a Negotiable Instrument

Notarizations may including additional charges for administrative services including telephone calls, scanning, faxing, research and/or travel. 

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We are not attorneys.  We are not licensed to practice law and are prohibited from offering legal advice or opinions. 

Notarizations may including additional charges for administrative services including telephone calls, scanning, faxing, research and/or travel. 

©2012-21 All Rights Reserved

We are not attorneys.  We are not licensed to practice law and are prohibited from offering legal advice or opinions.