South Carolina Notary Search
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South Carolina Notary Search Methods
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Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the South Carolina notary division.
SC Mobile Notary Fees
A South Carolina mobile notary may charge any travel fee they like providing that the notary and client agree upon that fee ahead of time.
South Carolina Notary Fees
Each attendance upon any person for proving a matter or thing and certifying the same ( similar to an acknowledgment). - 50 cents
SC Other Information of Interest
South Carolina clearly states that a non-attorney notary is not authorized to do loan signings without being considered to be engaging in the unauthorized practice of law. Here is what the state of South Carolina has to say concerning this matter:
The handling of real estate closings by notaries public constitutes the unauthorized practice of law in the State of South Carolina. Offering advice to clients, preparing notes, deeds, mortgages, and any other documents related to the transfer of property do NOT fall within the duties of a notary public. (Exception: An attorney who is also a notary public.) Real estate and mortgage loan closings must be conducted by attorneys in South Carolina.
A South Carolina Notary Commission lasts 10 years which is very unusual. Also, a South Carolina notary may solemnize marriages which is a capacity that is only allowed for notaries in three states. A record book or official journal of notarial acts is not required in this state.
Dual State commission information
A North Carolina notary who is a resident of North Carolina can not become a South Carolina notary.
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