Can a notary perform marriage ceremonies in north carolina?

Answer Notaries are not legal officiants for performing marriages in North Carolina. According to the state, any ordained minister authorized by a church as well as any magistrate can perform marriage ce... Read More »

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Can a florida notary perform marriage ceremonies?

A notary public of Florida can legally perform a marriage ceremony if the couple has a marriage license from an authorized Florida official (not one obtained in any other state) and if the notary p... Read More »

Can a notary public perform a marriage ceremony in maryland?

Notaries are not licensed to perform marriage ceremonies in Maryland. According to Maryland state law, any clerk, deputy clerk, judge, or official of a religious body can perform a marriage ceremon... Read More »

North Carolina Notary Requirements?

The North Carolina Notary Public Section (NPS) is an office of the North Carolina Secretary of State. The NPS regulates Notary Public law and is responsible for education, testing and commissioning... Read More »

North Carolina Notary Seal Vs. Stamp?

North Carolina allows notaries to be officiated with the use of either a stamp or seal. There are a number of dealers that offer stamps in the five approved colors. Seal impressions can be made wit... Read More »