A notary form is typically some type of form that needs to be notarized. A notarized form must be presented to a notary and signed in their presence. The notary public acts as a witness and oath giver in many situations involving estates, power of attorney, deeds, and international business. Having a form notarized is a way to protect both parties more fully.
In order to have a form notarized, you must find a notary near you. They can be found at town halls, postal companies, and other locations. Bring the form with you to the notary – it must not be already completed. Any signing parties must be present so that they can sign the document in the presence of the notary. Otherwise, the form cannot be legally notarized.
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