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Commonly Asked Questions:-
(1). What is a Notary Public?
Answer: A Notary Public or Notary is a Public Official. In the state of California, a Notary Public is commissioned by the Secretary of State.
California's current Secretary of State is Bruce McPherson,
(2). What is required to be commissioned in the state of California?
Answer: In order to be commissioned in the state of California, a person must be a California resident, be a minimum of 18 years old, must read, speak and understand English, successfully complete a Secretary of State approved six (6) hour course-of-study, take and pass a state-approved written examination and pass a background check (including being fingerprinted).
A Notary Public must also take an Oath and be Bonded!
(3). What is a "Mobile" Notary?
Answer: A "Mobile" Notary, is a Notary Public who travels to and from a customer's or client's location.
(4). What are the duties of a Notary Public?
Answer: A Notary Public is to act as an impartial witness in the signature of documents and the administering of affirmations and/or oaths. He or she is not responsible for the accuracy of a document.
(5). Can a Notary Public give legal advice?
Answer: No! It is illegal for a Notary Public to give legal advice and/or legal assistance!
(6). What Agencies can be contacted for legal advice?
For legal advice you may contact : The State Bar of California:
1-800-843-9053 (Toll free within CA) Or 1-415-538-2250 (Outside of CA)
Low-Income persons may also Contact these Legal-Aid and Social Services Organizations:
211 (Los Angeles County Helpline)
1-800-548-6047 (Los Angeles County Year-Round Shelter)
(7). Can a Notary Public notarize an incomplete document or a document which has blank spaces?
Answer: No! A Notary Public cannot notarize a document which is incomplete or has blank spaces.
(8). Can a Notary Public prepare, draft and/or complete a client's document?
Answer: No! It is illegal for a Notary Public to prepare, draft an/or complete a client's document! The notary can only complete the notarial section of a document.
(9). Must the signer physically appear before the Notary Public?
Answer: Yes! In order to have a document notarized:
[a]. The signer must be "physically" present.
[b]. The signer must have a "sound" mind.
[c]. The signer must "knowingly" want to have a notarization.
[d]. The signer must "willfully" want to participate in the notarization.
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