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FAQ

  • Can you notarize a copy of a signature?
    A photocopy or fax may be notarized, but only if it bears an original signature. That is, the copy must have been signed with pen and ink. A photocopied or faxed signature may never be notarized. ... When carbon copies are made, the Notary will sometimes be asked to conform rather than to notarize the copies.
  • Can you notarize something that's already been signed?
    As long as the signer is personally present before the notary and acknowledges the signature, then the notary can proceed with performing the notarial act. ... If the document has already been signed, the signer can sign his or her name again above or next to the first signature. You can then proceed with the notarization.
  • Do both signers need to be present for notary?
    You may notarize the signature of one person appearing before you and then the second person can appear before a Notary in their city/state and have their signature notarized. Each Notary will complete notarial wording for the person appearing before them.
  • Can you notarize a document without the person being present?
    In no jurisdiction would it be legal to notarize a document without the signing person present. ... It is impermissible to notarize the document after the person has signed. The entire point of having a notary is so that the notary can attest that the person who is alleged to have signed, actually did sign the document.
  • Do both parties have to be present to notarize a bill of sale?
    Most states do not require a notary to witness the signing of a bill of sale. ... If the buyer and seller are in different locations and want to have the document notarized, they will each need to have it notarized separately.
  • Can you backdate a notary?
    Backdating a document may seem harmless enough, but under no circumstances should a notary public include a date other than the current date of the signing. Backdating is both unethical and, more importantly, illegal. Including a prior date on the document can come back to haunt notaries later down the road.
  • How do you notarize a signature?
    The notarization process is typically simple. You present a document to a notary public and sign it in their presence. After that, the notary officially notarizes the document using an official stamp, writes in the date and adds their own signature.
  • Where can I get notarized for free?
    Banks can notarize your documents for free. If you need to get a document notarized, a simple, free solution can usually be found at the nearest branch of your bank. The process is typically very simple. Present the documentto a notary public and sign it in his or her presence.
  • Can you notarize a printed signature?
    No. A notary public may not notarize a faxed signature because a document that will be treated as an original must contain the original signatures of the signer and notary.
  • How much is a notary at UPS?
    Notaries charge a fee for their services. Notary fees are regulated by state governments and can range from $0.50 to over $15.00 for each signature witnessed. Contact The UPS Store location near you to determine how much that location charges for notary services.
  • How do you sign a notarized document?
    To get something notarized, you must sign it in the presence of a notary public. The notary must actually watch as you sign the document. They must also validate your identity to be certain you are authorized to sign.
  • Can I notarize a digital signature?
    In many jurisdictions, notarizations can be performed electronically, using a digital seal and digital signature. ... This means you will have to accept e-signatures in any form. But you will be on sound legal footing.
  • Can I notarize a copy of a signature?
    A photocopy or fax may be notarized, but only if it bears an original signature. That is, the copy must have been signed with pen and ink. A photocopied or faxed signature may never be notarized. ... When carbon copies are made, the Notary will sometimes be asked to conform rather than to notarize the copies.
  • 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 I notarize a document online?
    You can notarize something physically or online. In the past, to notarize something, you had to sign it physically in the presence of a notary public. The notary needed to watch you sign the document, and validate your identity to make sure you're authorized to sign the document.
  • Can you notarize a signature without the person present?
    In no jurisdiction would it be legal to notarize a document without the signing person present. ... It is impermissible to notarize the document after the person has signed. The entire point of having a notary is so that the notary can attest that the person who is alleged to have signed, actually did sign the document.
  • Can you notarize a document if the person is not present?
    The person whose signature is being notarized must personally appear before the notary at the time of the notarization without exception. ... For example, say a person signed a document related to a real estate transaction but did not acknowledge his signature before a notary public.
  • Can a person notarize their own signature?
    Certain documents require the signatures of one or more witnesses in addition to notarization. ... The notary may still act and sign as a witness, while also notarizing the original signer's signature, but the notary may not notarize their own signature (the witness's).
  • What do you write when you notarize a document?
    The notary must write his/her official signature and stamp or seal the document according to state law. The notary fills out a notary certificate that includes the date and the type of notarial act, an acknowledgement or a jurat.
  • What does it mean to notarize a document?
    Document carrying authenticated signature(s) of the person(s) authorized or required to sign it, and the signature of a notary public witnessing the signature(s), accompanied by an impression of his or her official notary seal. A notarized document is not necessarily a certified document.