They are various documents that require that require notarization. Some of which many of us are very familiar with.
- Power of Attorney
- Deed of Trust
- Permission to Travel Consent for A Minor
- Loan Documents
- Sworn Statements
- Quitclaim Deeds
- Spousal Waiver for liquidating a 401k
- Compliance Agreement
- Bill of Sale
- Unclaimed Property Form
- Demand Letter
- Rental Agreement
- Application for Duplicate or Paperless Title,and
- Prenuptial Agreement
That’s just to name a few. Often, I see clients that request that I notarize a document that they have drawn up themselves.
Recently, a client contacted me for mobile notary service. His form that needed to be notarized was a Vital Records Los Angeles County/Registrar/ Recorder. The law now requires that anyone with a commercial license is now required to show a certificated copy of birth certificate or a passport. An authorized certified copy of a birth record is required to obtain a driver’s license, passport, social security card and other services related to an individual’s identity.
When notarizing any form for The Los Angeles County/Registrar/Recorder it is very important that the notary pay extra special attention to detail. The Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder can’t record with any typo’s, names not written exactly as issued on the notary form, or any smudges or smears in the notary’s seal.
Therefore, if your notary seems to be overly detailed and particular just know that they are doing the notarial duties properly. I hope that this notary information is usefully and helpful.