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What does a notary public do?

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asked Jul 28, 2015 in Legal by Alexis Arden (43,230 points)
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A notary public is an official who has been bonded and sworn in by the state in which they reside. The most common task performed by this official is to witness the signing of a document. The notary confirms the person signing said document is the person they say they are, usually by checking the signer's photo identification. They also explain the full details of the document to the person signing the document and confirm the person has not been forced to sign the document against their wishes. [1]


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answered Jul 28, 2015 by erod429 (53,480 points)
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