Most Commonly Notarized Documents in DC and Maryland
A notary public is an individual who is bonded, licensed or appointed by a state, who serves as an impartial witness to the signing of key documents. Notaries confirm identity, inspect documents and ensure the signers understand the contents of the documents they are signing. The notary is responsible for ensuring the identity of the people signing important documents, being vigilant that state rules are being followed, and using sound judgment if it appears a person is misrepresenting themselves or otherwise working to undermine the notarization process.
Not all "important" forms and documents require notarization. The process is used primarily in instances where an impartial witness is required to ensure the individual signing is who they present themselves to be.
Mobile notaries can travel to you to notarize your documents, and are also often used by banks, investment firms, title companies and other financial institutes for the purpose of overseeing important document signing processes. Typically, documents signed in these environments include:
Legal forms often require notarized signatures. Documents may include:
Custody and guardianship agreements
Businesses often have a need for notary services. While not every single important document requires notarization, some documents requiring these witnessed, verified kinds of signatures include:
Articles of incorporation
Memorandum of understanding documents
Construction and loan agreements
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