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Quiz on Notary Commission Renewal

Posted on July 15, 2014 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (68)
It’s a time to start fresh and make changes — and for many Notaries, it’s time to prepare to renew commissions. But sometimes mistakes and misunderstanding can lead to a new commission being delayed, or even putting a hold on performing notarial acts. take this quiz  and test your understanding of the commission renewal process.
1. If your old commission expires before you receive your renewal:
A. You can perform acknowledgments, but not administer verbal oaths or affirmations
B. You can administer verbal oaths or affirmations, but not acknowledgments
C. You can perform any notarial act that does not require affixing a seal on a document
D. You cannot perform any notarial acts until you receive your new commission
2. If I have a current Notary commission, and I move to a different state:
A. I can notarize documents until the commission expires, but only in my home state
B. I must resign my old commission and apply for a new one in my new state
C. I apply for a new commission in my new state, but can use the previous commission until it expires
D. I must request a transfer of my previous commission to the new state
3. When renewing your commission you should start the renewal process:
A. 24 hours before your previous commission expires
B. One week before your previous commission expires
C. It depends what state you are commissioned in
D. After your commission expires

Certified copy by notary

Posted on July 15, 2014 at 1:12 PM Comments comments (81)
There are situations where a company or business may need a person or business to send them an authentic copy of document(s) Fortunately notaries can help, by performing for the customer or business a Certified copy by notary. This involves the customer bringing the document to the notary, then the notary must physically make a copyof the document(s) ( using a copier machine etc) of the document, from there the document copy(s) and or attached notary certificate has to be notaized . Thats how a certified copy by notary is done. This ensures the requestor of the document, the public, and the person sending the copy that it is legitimate, thats another reason why its important for notaries to always get a proper photo ID that is current from the person needing items notarized. Notaries are 3rd party unbiased individuals there to ensure the person(s) are who they say they are and that those parties actually did sign the documents.

Erros and Omissions Insurance, it can save both notary and public

Posted on July 15, 2014 at 11:43 AM Comments comments (249)
Many notaries throught the nation do not have Errors and Omissions insurance which protects the customer/public in cases where a notary made a error or forgot t ( ommitted ) information on a document , be it a jurat, acknowledgement, oath, affadavit etc.  If this causes the customer financially the notary who is covered with an Errors and Ommissions insurance policy can have it paid ( up to the ammount of coverage on the policy which typically is $50,000 or $100,000)  so it also helps the notary because now the notary who made such an error or ommission does not have to pay out of their own pocket.  An error is just making a mistake in how the notarization was done, an ommission is leaving out say for example the date, the persons, name, forgetting to put the notary stamp or seal on the notarized document or other information that should have been part of the notarization.
 QUESTION, does the notary you or your company or even at your company HAVE ERRORS AND OMMISSION insurance and if the answer is yes... is the coverage high enough for the type of business papers being notarized?

Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification

Posted on February 10, 2012 at 9:05 PM Comments comments (55)
.Just got offered a new job but need to complete form I-9, Employment Eligibilty Verification by notary? Give us a call, at (678)558-3469 ATL NOTARY.COM 2710 Jefferson St. suite # 6 Austell, Ga 30168. Mobile Notary service may also be available if you cannot get to our place and live within our service areas. There is a travel fee services as well as for Form I-9 completion by notary public fees. So give us a call
Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification

Is Toys for Tots a worthy cause you believe in?

Posted on December 14, 2011 at 5:14 PM Comments comments (71)
Do you think the Marines and Toys for TOTS is a worthy cause during Christmas season?

Notary Court Swear ins

Posted on October 6, 2011 at 7:33 AM Comments comments (47)
Did you now many state courts require that a Notary Public swear in persons givng testimonies or oaths over the phone or if the person is living outside the state where the trial is being held? Did you or someone you know ever have to do this or may need this now?

Law states all persons signiture being notarizied must appear before the notary

Posted on March 15, 2011 at 2:23 AM Comments comments (44)
Often people seeking documents to be notarized but may not have time or
be present seek to have documents notarized even though they are not there to show who they are and acknowledge the signing of the document to be notarized.  This is a violation of the Georgia notary law, and is the basic and most fundamental law.  Too ask a notary to do this is asking him or her to break the law even if its a notary you know and who knows you.  It may be a little deal to you or some of the public but in the eyes of the Law of Georgia its breaking the law. Even if the person verifys its there signiture on the phone or via web cam etc , that is not appearing in person before the notary and is not accepted by the law of Ga. .

Ever wanted a notary to notarize when you or someone else did not sign in person?

Posted on November 20, 2010 at 8:55 PM Comments comments (63)
Have you ever wanted a notary to notarize a document that you or another person was not present to sign?

Have you ever been in need of a notary at night after hours?

Posted on October 19, 2010 at 12:48 AM Comments comments (303)
You forgot to get your divorce papers notarizied before 5pm and your divorce lawyer informed you to make sure you get them notarized and have them notarized and signed by 8pm. Where do you go to get those papers notarized after 5pm?