Stockton Mobile Notary
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We provide professional, courteous and reliable mobile notary and document signing services in San Joaquin and Stanislaus County. We provide you with the best experienced Certified Mobile Loan Signing Agents and Certified Mobile Notary Public Notaries for all your Document and Loan Signing needs. Stockton Mobile Notary staff take pride in completing all your loan document signing and document notarization requirements in accordance with all state laws, standards which Stockton Mobile Notary has become known for.
We travel to homes, offices, and hospital rooms, convenient locations of your choice to have documents you are asking to have notarized… So you don't have to take valuable time off work to complete the notarization .
MOBILE DOCUMENT SIGNING
When notarizing documents the Notary Public requires proper ID from each party signing the documents to be notarize.The Notary will ask to see a current identification document that has a photograph, physical description and a signature.
PROPER ID INCLUDES:
Two credible witness’s (for a person who does not have current or acceptable ID).
For a Document to be notarize there should be text within the document committing the signer in some way. The signature must be original, no photocopies and if taking oath must be sign in front of Notary. The notary must complete and or attached a notary certificate.
What a Notary Public does is witness the signing of the documents and ask each party for a sworn oath of authenticity. A notary (or a notary public) is a person legally authorized by a state to administer oaths, take acknowledgments & certify documents.The Notary public must ensure that the person signing a document to be notarized is who s/he says s/he is. Because identities are critical, a notary public may also spend some time verifying the names, verifies the identity of the parties.
The signature and seal/stamp are evidence that the signature of the Notary is genuine and that the person is a notary public The Notary public's seal shall either be a seal press or a rubber stamp. These shall be the exclusive property of the notary public. A notary public's signature and seal is required to authenticate the signatures on many legal documents..
Notaries are not responsible for the accuracy or legality of documents they notarize. Notaries certify the identity of signers. The signers are responsible for the content of the documents.
We are certified from the State of California. We're are also members of the National Notary Association.
This can be verified by researching our commission number. In addition, we have completed the Loan document signing certification course through the National Notary Association , Notary Rotary.com and123notary.com
For your protection we are Licensed, Insured and Bonded
A Notary Public is not an attorney licensed to practice law in the state of California. Should you have questions or concerns, please consult with your attorney