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About Notaries Public
Local notaries public can be found in various places throughout cities all over America. A notary public is a public officer who sign and witness signatures to places such as title companies, real estate companies, power of attorney, deeds and various other people or places who require a third party signature. Local notaries public have been around for centuries, in fact going back to the Roman times. Local notaries public record legal and private matters in their city or county where ever their services are needed. In order to become a local notaries public, an individual should be 18 years old, a legal resident of their state, have no convictions or felonies or misdemeanors. If an individual meets all the above requirements, they can then decide which local notaries public package they want to study for. There are three local notaries public packages to pick from: the Minimum, the Standard and the Professional. Each package offers different features and prices. That is right, in order to become a local notaries public, an individual has to pay money to get the package and pass the certification test. The minimum notary package includes an inkless thumb printer, journal, seal stamp, a 4 year bond of $15,000, the state required online training and one free year with the NNA. The standard notary package includes an inkless thumb printer, journal, seal stamp, Notary Law Primer, a 4 year bond of $15,000, $25,000.00/1-year E&O Insurance, the state required online training and one free year with the NNA. The professional notary package includes an inkless thumb printer, journal, seal stamp, Jurat Certificates, Notary Law Primer, Acknowledgment Certificates, a 4 year bond of $15,000, $25,000.00/1-year E&O Insurance, the state required online training and one free year with the NNA. Every local notaries public package increases in price, depending on what is included in the local notaries public package you purchase.
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An individual has to study for the test and pass it in the county they live in. Today, anyone seeking to become certified local notaries public can study for the test and take it the old fashioned way, in a classroom or an individual can take the certification test online. For many individuals, it is easier these days to study for and take the local notaries public test online. The best thing about taking the test at home is, the test can be studied for and taken on your time schedule, not the state or counties. When an individual passes their local notaries public test and licensed in their profession, whatever state or county they live in, that state’s lieutenant governor will swear them in. After receiving the local notaries public certificate and seal, the individual has to be bonded as well. The bonding process ensures the people or businesses you are working for, that you have passed the proper tests and you can be trusted to do your job properly. Each local notaries public, in the end, is a government and public servant. Therefore, their duty is to uphold the rules and regulations of being a notary public. For every document signed and sealed by local notaries public, they are to be unbiased and give no legal advice. As local notaries public, you are only allowed to charge your clients a given amount per signature and seal that is placed on a document.