What is a notary public in california?

Answer A California notary public is an official appointed by the state to witness important oaths and documents.PurposeNotaries exist to verify that certain legal documents have been signed and are sworn... Read More »

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How to Become a Notary Public Teacher in California?

According to the California Secretary of State, there are over 225,000 commissioned notaries public in California. A notary plays an important role in the real estate, legal, finance and business c... Read More »

How to Study for the Notary Public Exam in California?

According to the National Notary Association, California is one of 11 states (plus the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico) that require a prospective notary public to take an exam before be... Read More »

How much does a notary public make in California?

As of 2009, the average salary for a California notary public is $41,000; the median salary is $51,745, which is higher than the median salary for public notaries in Texas, New York and Florida. S... Read More »

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 »