Glossary of Notary Public, Mortgage, Signing Agent, and Loan Signing Terms.
Phonetics: No·ta·rize \'no-tə-rīzd\
Function: noun form: Notarization
To get a document notarized you need to appear before a notary public. 123notary.com has mobile notaries which means that they drive to a location of your choice for a travel fee. To get an acknowledged signature or jurat notarized, you will need proper identification such as a government issued identification like a drivers license, passport, or state ID. The requirements for identification to get notarized vary from state to state, but the ones I mentioned should be good anywhere in the USA. The fees for getting notarized also vary from state to state. California has a $10 maximum per acknowledged signature or per jurat ( includes oath ).
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Where can I get something notarized? Where to get things notarized? If you need something notarized, please either lookup a mobile notary on 123notary.com, or visit a local notary office. Many pack and ship stores have notaries, and many real estate agents and insurance brokers are notaries. You can either use the yellow pages, or ask around your neighborhood to find a notary. If you search during business hours, you will find a notary relatively quickly in most areas.
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Present Tense: notarized. Example: The Notary Public notarized the document by affixing her seal to the notary certificate wording in the document after the document had been signed by the signer.
Past Tense: notarizes. A Notary notarizes signatures on documents.
Present Continuous: notarizing. Example: The Notary Public is notarizing a document now and will be finished in a few minutes.