Both Apostilles and Notarial Certifications are documents issued by the Department of State to verify the authenticity of an official signature on a document, the capacity in which the person acted at the time of signing the document, and the identity and authenticity of any stamp or seal affixed to the document.
When you need to notarize a signature, the notary must perform one of two official notarial acts: take an acknowledgment from or administer an oath (or affirmation) to the document signer. These two acts have different purposes.
Duties of a Notary Public Florida notaries are authorized by law to perform six basic duties: Administer oaths or affirmations Take acknowledgements Attest to photocopies of certain documents Solemnize marriages Verify vehicle identification numbers (VINs) Certify the contents of a safe-deposit box Please feel free to contact us via email or by calling (305) 791-6909… Read more
Attesting to Photocopies. In Florida, notaries are authorized to attest to the trueness of photocopies of certain documents. Although commonly known as certified photocopies, the notary law refers to these documents as attested photocopies. A notary public may make attested photocopies if the following criteria, found in section 117.05(12) of the Florida Statutes, are satisfied. The document… Read more
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A Notary public must not act as an attorney if not licensed to practice law.
A Notary Public not licensed to practice law may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice.