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  • Writer's pictureMara Deveneaux

Hogan Lovells

Most of us are all too familiar with the challenges of finding and meeting with a notary when needed to witness the signing of official documents associated with real estate, family law, corporate, or similar matters. If you do not have a notary in house, the need to physically appear before a notary can frustrate the prompt finalization of important matters as parties and the notary attempt to schedule in-person meetings.

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Tuesday, March 23, 2021 by the American Association of Notaries

A notary stamp is a tool that a notary uses to perform his or her notarial duties. A notary stamp placed on a document indicates:

  1. The notary is commissioned by his or her state to perform notarial acts.

  2. The signer was in the physical presence of the notary at the time of the notarization.

  3. The notary performed the verbal ceremony, and the signer acknowledged or swore to the truthfulness of what he or she was signing.

  4. The identity and competency of the signers was verified.

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