Georgia Notary Search
Welcome to the 123notary.com Georgia mobile notary page. Find a Georgia Notary Public by city, county, or zip code by clicking on the links below. Find a GA notary who accepts edocs using the search bar above. Get listed as a Georgia notary public with us today! Click on the advertise with us link at the top of the page to sign up. You can find additional search methods for finding a notary in Georgia on the advanced search page.
Georgia Notary Search Methods
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GA - Notary Public Website
Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Georgia notary division.
GA - Notary Public Mobile Fees
A Georgia notary public may charge any travel fee that they think is appropriate.
Georgia Notary Fees
A Notary may, but does not have to charge fees for performing notarial services. A Notary shall inform the person requesting any notarial act prior to performing the service if a fee will be charged and the amount permitted by law for each act. The authorized fee is $2.00 for each notarial act. The Notary may, upon request of the person asking for notary service, charge an additional $2.00 for providing a certificate from the Clerk of Superior Court of the effectiveness of the notary commission.
GA - Other Information of Interest
Georgia is unusual in that you can apply online to become a commissioned notary public. Also, Georgia is an "attorney state" which means that there are restrictions for non-attorneys regarding doing loan signings.
A non-attorney notary may do loan signings for loan documents for properties that are not in Georgia which is a very unusual exception to their rules. Additionally, if you work or contract for an attorney, you can ask that attorney if you can sign loans under their "umbrella" which might make it acceptable.
We have a number of attorney notaries advertising with us in Georgia that can handle loan signings or any type of notarization.
Although the non-attorney notaries listed with us in Georgia may not do loan signings, many of them get plenty of work doing other types of mobile notary work. There are powers of attorney to be notarized, affidavits, medical documents, and immigration documents. There are general documents which need an Acknowledged signature, or Jurat. There is plenty of work for non-attorney notaries in Georgia! Another interesting fact is that you can query a notary on the Georgia Superior Court Clerk's cooperative authority website. Lookup by zip, city, county, name, appointment date range, expiration date, or even email.
The Georgia Notary Division website does not have Acknowledgment verbiage or Jurat verbiage. Please seek a reputable notary supply company to get these forms from.
Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are a Florida notary residing in Florida, an Alabama Notary residing in Alabama, or a South Carolina Notary residing in South Carolina, you can ask the Georgia Notary division if you are eligible to become a Georgia Notary.
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