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 Can a Colorado notary notarize family member's documents?

Answer It depends on what is being notarized. Colorado law does not specifically state that a family member cannot notarize a document for an immediate family member. It does however, give a list of disqu... Read More »
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Can a notary public notarize real estate documents in California?

According to the website Notary General, notary public officials in California may notarize real estate documents. Under California Secretary State Law, the notary publics are not liable for and ca... Read More »
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Can a notary notarize for a family member in Florida?

As of 2009, Florida law allows a notary to notarize a document for anybody, even family members, unless the law requires the notary of a particular person or office, according to the website of the... Read More »
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Can a Florida notary public notarize a document for a family member?

Here is what it says on http://www.flgov.com/pdfs/ref_manual11-22.pdf page 19: Prohibited Acts for NotariesFrom Chapter 117, Florida StatutesA notary public may not notarize a signature on a docume... Read More »
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Can a California notary notarize in New Hampshire?

On One Hand: Not GenerallyAccording to the American Society of Notaries, you cannot notarize in two states. You must be a legal resident of the state in which you are a notary. If you have residenc... Read More »
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