Not unless they are a registered notary.
Only if he is a notary public.
No it has to be a registered notary. Most real estate offices have one or more that will notarize for a fee.Added: There are no laws prohibiting law enforcement officers from becoming, or functioning as, a state commissioned Notary. However they WOULD actually have to be state commissioned. Police officers are not automatically granted Notary powers simply by virtue of their status as sworn law enforcement officers.
Only a notary public can sign. Often Lawyers are also Notary Publics as well.
yes,the notary is gazzetted officer in as much as central government published the list of notary as gazzetted officer in the gazzette notification published by the 1st week of january/2008 and a notary is also appointed by gazzete notification
If the notary forgot to sign, the document is not notarized.
In some place you will go to jail, it others it does not matter. If the officer asks you to sign, sign. You are not admitting to anything.
With a red-light, and a police officer with a stop sign.
The notary must sign.
A law enforcement officer is a notary public.
If a police officer doesn't have a person to sign their ticket, the ticket is still valid in any state. It is only a myth that the ticket will be thrown out of court.
If the signer had to sign in front of a notary, so does the co-signer.
When controlled by a stop sign or signal and at the direction of a police officer.
The police should obey the law just like everyone else.
Notaries don't notarize documents, they notarize signatures. A notary is simply certifying that the signature on the document is actually the signature of the person it appears to be. The notary makes no warranties or certifications about the contents of the document or what it does. A notary rarely even reads the document. Instead, he/she will look at the signor's identification, watch them sign, and then sign and stamp as notary.
If you are a police officer you would not need to ask. A police officer doing his duty will treat another police officer as any member of the public (if they are out of uniform and off duty).
Join the law academy. Or go to college and sign up for that job.
A forged notarization, where the person claims to be a notary, should be reported to the agency that grants notary licenses and they will instruct you on how to continue. A forged signature, of a notary but not claiming to be a notary, is reported to the police.
You stamp it with your little Notary stamp, and then you sign your name under it.