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FAQ

  • Can notarized documents be emailed?
    A document can only be notarized if it has an original signature. ... 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.
  • Can you notarize an electronic signature in New York?
    Electronic Notary in New York. New York's Electronic Signatures and Records Act allows electronic notarization for real property documents. ... It states that the notary's signature, seal and certificate may be electronic.
  • Can you notarize an electronic signature?
    In fact, an individual can have more than one e-signature. ... In the states that have rules, some require the Notary to use a particular type of electronic signature or signing process to render a notarized document tamper-evident.
  • Can a notary notarize an electronic signature in Texas?
    Texas allows its commissioned notaries to perform electronic notarizations or remote notarizations. With the DocVerify e-Notary platform, notaries will be enabled to electronically notarize a document or a set of documents without the use of paper or a rubber stamp.
  • Can you notarize an electronic signature in Texas?
    Texas allows its commissioned notaries to perform electronic notarizations or remote notarizations. With the DocVerify e-Notary platform, notaries will be enabled to electronically notarize a document or a set of documents without the use of paper or a rubber stamp.
  • Can a notary notarize an electronic signature?
    In fact, an individual can have more than one e-signature. ... In the states that have rules, some require the Notary to use a particular type of electronic signature or signing process to render a notarized document tamper-evident.
  • How much can I charge to notarize a document in Texas?
    Texas law specifies that notaries can charge no more than $6 for the first acknowledgement, $1 for each additional signature, $6 for oaths and $0.50 per 100 words of a deposition. If you charge customers more than the state-allowed amount, you could lose your notary license and possibly face fines.
  • Are electronic signatures valid in New York?
    The state of New York (NY) has not adopted UETA. However, since 2000, electronic signatures have been legally binding in New York under the Electronic Signatures and Records Act (ESRA). ... In New York, electronic signatures have the same legal validity as handwritten signatures.
  • Are electronic signatures valid in all states?
    Electronic signatures provide a quick and secure method to sign documents. ... With this act, electronic signatures became legal in every U.S. state and territory where federal law applies. Most states adopted the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) for situations where the federal law does not apply.
  • Are electronic signatures legally binding?
    In simple terms, electronic signatures are legally recognized as a viable method to indicate agreement to a contract. For an electronic signature to be legally binding under the ESIGN Act, it is recommended that all electronic signature workflows include: Intent to sign.
  • Are digital signatures valid?
    Simply put, yes, digital signatures are valid and enforceable. As long as certain requirements are met, they have the same legal effect as their written equivalents. Like a traditionally signed contract, one of the most important elements of validity is the signing party's intent to be bound.