Facts About Notary Public
Notary Publics also needs to know the difference between civil law and criminal law, especially when they will be required to give legal advice to individuals. There are different types of oaths and affirmations required for different kinds of cases. For example, it would be inappropriate for a Notary Public in a civil case to administer oaths or affirmations to a creditor who is opposing the judgment of a bankruptcy court. The same goes for a Notary Public in a criminal case who is required to administer oaths or affirmations to a person charged with committing a crime. Visit Notary Public.
Notary Publics has certain responsibilities that are different than other professionals. Notary Publics can issue subpoenas to testify before grand juries, report statements to Congress or any other governing body, take depositions, take tests and examinations, make oaths or affirmations, and prepare reports, minutes, or transcripts. They can serve warrants and execute search warrants. Notary Publics has certain licenses that are required by the states in order to provide Notary services.
The duties of a Notary Public are to protect the confidentiality of documents, register or process papers, produce records, take proofs and furnish additional or confirmatory documents. Documents that cannot be authenticated are called “blank” documents. A Notary Public is required to preserve these blank documents by locking them up in a safe place. Notary Publics are required to educate people about the legal notations on documents and give advice to those who may not be aware of these legal terms. Notary Publics helps people fill out legal forms and answer questions about legal matters.
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