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Can a notary from New York notarize documents from Connecticut?

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A notary who is licensed by the state of Connecticut can only notarize documents within the boundaries of that state. The document can be used anywhere.


No. A notary can only notarize a signature that occurs in front of them, in the state where they are designated as a notary.


NO, NO, NO. I can not believe that you are an actual notary and asked such a question. As a Florida notary you may only notarize within the geographical boundaries of Florida. Therefore, if you are in New York, you have no authority to act as a Notary Public.


A New York State notary can refuse to notarize a document if he or she believes the document is fraudulent or that the signatory has not established his or her identity to the satisfaction of the notary, or if the signatory has not paid the $2 fee. A notary cannot refuse to notarize a document for discriminatory reasons.


Yes, if she is a licensed notary public in New York State, although depending upon the nature of said documents they might be challenged as to their validity.


I'm not sure about New York, but in the 1980s' my uncle notarized a document for me in Washington State with no problem.


A New York notary can notarize anything executed in New York. They cannot do so in another state.


No. A notary is given power by his/her state and has no authority outside of that.


No. There is no state where you can notarize your own documents.


A notary can only act within the state which appointed them. Commissioners of deeds are appointed by a certain state to "notarize" signatures in another state or foreign country, for documents to be used in the appointing state. For example, a Florida notary public can only notarize signatures in the State of Florida. If the Governor of Florida appoints a Commissioner of Deeds for Mexico, then that Commissioner of Deeds can notarize signatures in Mexico, only on documents that are going to be used in Florida. This is how it works in most states, except in New York City, where a Commissioner of Deeds is the same as a notary but may only act within New York City, whereas a notary in New York can act throughout the state.


A Notary in New York should not notarize the Birth Certificate. If a person needs a copy, they should go to the Dept. of Vital Statistics for a copy. NotaryTrainer.com



If the Notary's name appears anywhere in the body of the document that they are asked to notarize, they may not notarize the document due to the appearance of a conflict of interests.


Any notary. Most banks have one or more on staff.


I am a notary in New York and my understanding is that you can if you are not benefiting from the transaction. I have been told that in a court setting a judge can question the validity of the notarized document.


As long as the document is signed in his/her presence, a notary can notarize just about anything. However, notarizations should not be performed by a notary public who is a party to the instrument or financially or beneficially interested in the transaction. The facts in each situation will determine whether the notary's action was proper.


Yes, if you can locate a notary public willing to notarize your papers on that day.


Yes. Providing that the signatures are done in the Notary's presence.


If a resident of New York has an official Pennsylvania document on which their signature must be notarized AND they are in New York at the time, the New York Notary CAN notarize the form. Just because it is a Pennsylvania form does not mean that a Pennsylvania Notary must perform the task.



No, no facsimiles of ANY type are permitted. It must the actual physical written signature of the individual.


Yes. A notary can notarize the signature of a family member as long as the instrument does not benefit the notary such as notarizing a will that they will inherit under, or a deed that is granting them land. A third party notary is always the better choice if the document ever becomes vulnerable to challenges.


The purpose for the notarization is to "prove" the signature on the title as genuine - and if the signatory is in New York at the time they sign it - yes, they can.


Check with the courthouse. The notary must personally know the person in the photo, and will have to state how long he has known that person in his notarized statement. He can notarize a witness statement by creditable persons in the community who state in writing that they know the person involved and have known that person for the length of time they state.


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