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How to become a notary public.

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Notaries are elected by the county legislative body in the county in which they reside or have their principal place of business (8-18-101), and are commissioned by the governor (8-16-102). A person with a principal place of business in a Tennessee county may be elected a notary in that county even though that person's residence is in another state (18-16-101). Notary Public Online, www.notarypublic.com, provides state-by-state notary public training and certification requirements. In addition to traditional advertising in the Yellow Pages and newspapers, the most successful notaries public are those who build a broad network of business alliances with professionals who require notary public services. Notaries can charge a fee per signature (maximum fee mandated by the state), as well as charging a fee for mobile services and loan signing services. Mobile Notaries have been a recognized profession for many years, providing a valuable service to those who can't go to a Notary, or just want the convenience of having the Notary come to them.

Notary publics hold their office for a term of 5 years, at which time their term may be renewed. Attorneys admitted to the practice of law in the State of Ohio hold their offices indefinitely as a notary public. Notary Publics first became prominent during the 1500's, at the height of the Roman Empire. They were chosen either by the Pope, or the Archbishop of Canterbury to whom the Pope delegated authority. Notaries typically work on commission and can cover a territory of several counties or more. As the demand for their work is very high indeed, you'll never have to worry about not having enough work.

Notary publics will witness the execution of many kinds of documents and deeds. Many civil law documents are acceptable with a notary signature. Notaries public have two main duties that remain consistent from state to state. Perhaps the most important duty of a notary public is attesting to signatures on documents. Notary Public applicants must also take a written examination, which is administered by the Connecticut Secretary of State's Office. The exam is included in the application package, and the applicant takes the test under oath.

Notaries often charge people for their services. Whether your boss charges for your time or whether you offer your services to private parties, it's perfectly acceptable to collect a fee for doing so. Notary Publics often charge a fee for this service, and therefore, becoming a Notary Public can give you a viable side job. Notaries laid down the Codex Hammurabi , the oldest evidence of recorded law. Notaries were also employed by the Catholic Church to guide the light of civilization through the Dark Ages.

Notaries cannot discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed or religion, for example. A notary public can reject a client if fraud is suspected or identification cannot be verified. Notarization on a document certifies that the person named on it appeared before the notary, displayed valid identification, and signed the document in the physical presence of the notary.


   
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