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How much do notaries charge to notarize documents in New Jersey?

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2012-08-16 22:54:49
2012-08-16 22:54:49

Notaries do not notarize documents. They notarize signatures.

The cost depends on the particular notary.

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A notary public. Usually the bank that you do business with will notarize a document for no charge.


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A Notary Public can notarize--find them at banks, in the phone book, ship and mail stores and so on. They are bonded and certified by the state, and it is legal for them to charge for the service.


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