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A contract or legal agreement containing a photocopied or faxed signature is deemed valid and enforceable in most states. If a document is a simple contract between parties, a fax is okay to use but an original signed document is better.
Also called a digital signature, it is any way of signing a non-printed document. However, it should be mentioned that an electronic signature doesn't necessarily mean legally binding because it refers to any online signature, which can include a copy-paste of your own signature.
Having a scanned signature(s) on a document is valid. This has to be the case in a world where we are more likely to work with someone geographically far, than local. To reiterate, having a scanned signature on a contract is perfectly acceptable under law. But acceptance isn't the issue.
A scanned signature is binding so long as it's a signature to show acceptance.
What you CAN'T do is sign the document and then fax it. A document can only be notarized if it has an original signature. In most cases, the notary can only notarize a document if it's signed in their presence as well. Once you have the document notarized, faxing isn't usually an option.
Every document you notarize must contain a signature and the signer needs to be physically present at the time of notarization to sign it in front of you. A Notary cannot just stamp and sign a document without a notarial certificate, though many people mistakenly ask them to do so.
The Easy Answer: Yes, You May Notarize Out-Of-State Documents. You are allowed to notarize documents that are sent and /or recorded across state borders provided, of course, that you are notarizing the document within the boundaries of your jurisdiction.
To get a legally binding wet ink signature, fax is often used to send documents from one party to another. A faxed signature is legally recognized as valid and is often used to confirm or approve many business and financial deals.
Facsimile. Although much less rarely used than email, many business communications are still conducted by fax, whether it be through the traditional fax machine or an online electronic mail fax service.
In most cases, the notary can only notarize a document if it's signed in their presence as well. Once you have the document notarized, faxing isn't usually an option. Make a copy if you want one for your own records, but mail the original through one-day USPS services.
Your full names and address. Dates of signing the letter. A section for the notary to sign the letter. Details of the letter. Title/subject of the letter.
A notarized letter may be used by your lawyer in discussions with the State, but it is not evidence and is not admissible in court. The witness can (and should) testify for you, but you must follow the discovery rules (i.e. notice the state of your
No. Custody cannot be transferred by a notarized letter. Only a judicial order can establish custody rights.
Documents are notarized to deter fraud and to ensure proper execution. It is the responsibility of the notary public to ensure that the signers have appeared before them and have produced proper identification. The Notary Public officiates at the signing and insures that the documents are signed correctly.
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