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Can a California notary notarize deeds and sale of real estate documents?

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2010-05-16 04:14:34
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Since practically the main function of Notaries is to certify and guarantee signatures, yes, they may notarize any documents requiring a signature.

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This is not a complete question...it can not be answered. one does not "notary a document" they Notarize documents.


That is what a notary does. The notarize signatures for wills and other legal documents.


If the actual signing of the Utah documents is taking place in the state of California, then a California Notary canwitness the signatures. A California NOTARY cannot witness signatures ANYWHERE else other than WITHIN their state.


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A notary can notarize a family members documents. The notary has to be aware that they will be held accountable for their actions.


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Only a Notary can notarize a document. Many bank employees are and will notarize for free.


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