What do I need to do to become a Virginia notary?

Answer According to, a notary public is someone who is approved by the state government to administer oaths and witness the signing of documents. A notarized signature is required for d... Read More »

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Notary Rules in Virginia?

According to Virginia's Notary Public Handbook, a notary serves as an "official, unbiased witness to the identity and signature of a person who comes before the notary for a specific purpose." In V... Read More »

Virginia Rules for a Notary Public?

The State of Virginia office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth oversees and controls the commissioning of Notaries Public in Virginia. A Notary acts as an official, unbiased witness to the signa... Read More »

Commonwealth of Virginia Notary Laws?

A public notary in Virginia takes oaths, serves as witness to testimony, and verifies the signing of various documents. Without the approval of a public notary certain documents are not legally va... Read More »

Can a notary in Virginia notarize a paper to be used in North Carolina?

A Virginia notary public can notarize a document that will be used in North Carolina. However, the document must be properly signed and notarized in the jurisdiction of the commonwealth of Virginia... Read More »