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$75.00 per Serve (3 attempts made within 20 Miles).
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Notary & Courier Service In Hubbard, OH 44425
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Ohio Notaries may charge up to $5 for any in-person, paper notarization. This is a significant increase over the previous fee schedule.
A notary cannot have any self-interest in or realize a potential benefit from, the contents of a document upon which they are notarizing a signature. You may notarize for family members, but again, make certain that you have no self-interest in, or benefit from, the document's content.
The short answer is yes, notary publics are legally allowed to notarize documents from any state as long the notarial act is conducted within the geographical boundaries of the notary's state of commission.
To get something notarized, you must sign it in the presence of a notary public. The notary must watch as you sign the document. ... So, DO NOT SIGN your document before meeting the notary public. The notary will either refuse your document or require that you sign it again in front of them.
The Notary shall not refuse to perform a lawful and proper notarial act solely because the signer is not a client or customer of the Notary or the Notary's employer. The Notary shall, as a government officer and public servant, serve all of the public in an honest, fair, and unbiased manner.
Anyone who induces a notary to make an improper notarization with regards to real property can be found guilty of a FELONY.
Yes, you may notarize a signature on a document that includes handwritten paragraphs. A document can be typed or handwritten. If the notarial certificate under the signature is not included, be sure to attach a loose certificate chosen by your customer.
Reasons to refuse a notarization for your protection may include: The document does not have a prepared notary certificate, and the signer cannot tell you what notarial act is required. You believe that the signer is being coerced or does not understand the consequences of signing the document.
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Mahoning County - Youngstown, Poland, New Middletown, Berlin Center, Boardman, Struthers, Campbell, Ellsworth, Canfield, Craig Beach, North Benton, Beloit, Austintown, Lowellville, Sebring, Maple Ridge.