What is a notary public OKC?
We frequently hear the inquiry, “What is a notary public?” A notary public in Oklahoma City is dispatched by the State of Oklahoma for the verification of identities of signers, and a notary public OKC needs to be associated with a private insurance agency. The secretary of state is responsible for the commission of public notaries OKC, and they are required to possess a unique stamp or seal. This seal or stamp carried by notary public Oklahoma City is used to verify the authenticity of the mobile notary’s signature. The signatures of the notary public OKC must exactly match the records present with the Oklahoma Secretary of State. This will eliminate any confusion or doubt about the authenticity of the notary public Oklahoma signatures. So if anyone ever speculates about the authenticity of the notary public OKC signs then they can be compared and verified with the signature from the official file.
What is public notary in Oklahoma City?
A notary public in Oklahoma City is responsible for verifying the identities of people who place their signatures on a variety of documents such as home loans, wills, contracts, car titles, transfers, juries etc. A notary public can also verify regular documents such as a personal letter from one individual to another. Furthermore, it is essential for a public notary Oklahoma City to get oral or written assertion from the signer about the authenticity and accuracy of the contents of the document.
Occasionally a notary public Oklahoma will receive calls to verify if the copy of a marriage license or driving license is an authentic copy of the original one. However, it is crucial for a public notary OKC to ensure that the individual has the original documents with them apart from the copies and that they are completely legal and valid. This service provided by the public notary Oklahoma is useful for people who do not have their passports on hand so they can show other identification.
The main responsibility of a notary public Oklahoma City is to verify the identities of individuals. A notary public OKC can verify the identity of individuals in one of several ways. Usually, a notary public will ensure the identity of a person by asking for necessary identification such as a passport or a driving license. In Oklahoma, it is essential for individuals to possess some kind of identification with a unique picture and a signature. This will help the mobile notary to verify their identity and for the public notary OKC to match their signatures on the document to the signature on their identification such as a driver’s license.
It is possible that the notary public is already familiar with the client. Perhaps that person is a regular customer, a friend or an acquaintance etc. In such a scenario, the notary OKC does not need to ask for verification on every encounter with the individual. Unless there exists an identical twin of the person, asking for verification from the same people over and over again would be a tedious and unnecessary process.
It is possible that a notary public in Oklahoma has reasonable doubts about the legitimacy of the identification such as driver’s license or passport provided by an individual. Even though many types of identification have developed advanced security measures that make them hard to replicate, it is still not impossible. Individuals with the necessary knowledge can easily forge identification that seems authentic, which means there is a need to be careful.
In case the public notary OKC or mobile notary OKC has any doubts regarding the identification provided, they can request another form of identification to nullify the doubt. If the person refuses or fails to present another form of suitable identification to the notary public Oklahoma City, the notary public OKC can decline the verification of the documents. The notary public OKC does not have a legal obligation to notarize every document and can refuse to notarize if the notary public suspects the documents or the identity of the signer to be unauthentic.
There is a certain set of rules that a notary public OKC must follow while performing his or her duties in Oklahoma City. A public notary OKC is not allowed to notarize documents belonging to his/her relatives or family members. They are also not allowed to notarize documents that transfer money to them or allows them to become someone’s attorney etc.
Attesting the documents of relatives or documents that are somehow beneficial to the personal interest of a public notary is not an illegal or unethical act by law. However, such acts could make the public notary OKC and their attested documents a target of suspicion and speculation. Someone could question or doubt the intentions of the notary public OKC, especially if they attested to a will. It is necessary to note that a public notary Oklahoma City is an objective party with no personal interest in the notarized documents, their only job is to attest and verify the identities of the signing parties.
It is illegal for a notary public OKC to falsify the dates on which the documents were signed. Meaning, the notary public is not allowed to date a notarized document before or after the actual date on which it was signed. The individuals signing the documents are also not allowed to put dates that may be before after the actual date of signing. The written date on which the documents were signed should always be the actual date.
An important thing for the notary public OKC to ensure is that individuals do not sign or fill out the documents before presenting them to the notary public to get notarized. The documents should be filled and signed at the time of the notarization and should not be left blank either.
As mentioned earlier, an affirmation of the accuracy of the documents needs to be provided by the signing parties to get the documents notarized by a notary public Oklahoma city. As a result, the notary public is prohibited to notarize documents that are incomplete or unfilled by the client. This could give other individuals the chance to fill these blank and unfilled fields with inaccurate or false information without affirmation in front of a public notary OKC.
Another rule that a notary public Oklahoma must abide by is that they cannot notarize a document on the behalf of another notary. Notarizing documents for other people without their signature is a forbidden act punishable by law. Any notary public who commits this act can be fined and even incarcerated. Similarly, anyone who illegally uses the stamp or seal of a notary public or falsifies their signature in the notary public OKC’s signature field is bound to end up in trouble with the law.
Notaries of Oklahoma are required to educate themselves about the laws of the state. The job of a notary public is often sensitive and needs to be carried out according to rules and regulations made by the state. Oklahoma has well-defined laws that provide guidance to public notaries about their duties. Some organizations even provide specialized courses for mobile notary public OKC and equip people with necessary knowledge and nationally recognized certificates. Such educational initiatives can attest to a public notary OKC’s qualification and expertise and put important clients such as loan companies and banks at ease. However, mistakes can still occur because only having knowledge of the law is sometimes not enough.
When a mobile notary public in Oklahoma City makes a mistake, they and their clients can be protected by an Errors and Omissions Insurance. Private Investigator Oklahoma City requires all of its notaries to possess at least $100,000 of Errors and Omissions Insurance. Apart from putting clients at ease, this also protects the company from any claims against it. So far, Private Investigator Oklahoma City has had no claims against its notary public division.
A common question encountered by Private Investigator Oklahoma City is regarding the difference between and notary public Oklahoma City and an Oklahoma mobile notary. Both the notary public Oklahoma and Mobile Notary Oklahoma are responsible for notarizing documents, but there is a small difference that escapes most people’s notice. As the name suggests, an Oklahoma mobile notary refers to an individual to verify and attests documents by traveling to the employees. Whereas, a notary public OKC might choose to work in an office, go to the client or may even do both.
According to the law in Oklahoma, the standard charges for one notarized signing from a notary public cannot be more than $5.00 per signature. If an individual visits the notary public Oklahoma themselves to get documents signed, then the charges may not exceed $5.00 per signing. On the other hand, if a mobile notary OKC goes to the client, such as a bank etc. then the notary public OKC can charge their desired price.
Although, it does not mean that the client will accept the price requested by the public notary Oklahoma City. Sometimes the two have to negotiate and come to a consensus about the price. A notary public Oklahoma city is a professional who has a right to be paid fairly for his or her services. It should be noted that public notary Oklahoma often has to bear the charges emerging from different necessities such as the cost of the fuel for transport, car maintenance, the public commission fees, official stamps and ink, notary public books, liability insurance as well as the notary public OKC’s time. All these are valuable factors that contribute to the overall cost of the notarization.
The notaries at Private Investigator Oklahoma City are trained professionals who are passionate about their jobs and dedicated to providing the best services. They are meticulous at their work, attentive to the clients’ needs and provide the best notarization service at the most affordable rates. Eliminating mistakes and making the notarization of documents hassle free, the notaries at Private Investigator Oklahoma City work hard to give clients the ideal experience. So if someone is in need of quick and affordable notary assistance, contact the notary public division of Private Investigator Oklahoma City now and say goodbye to all your notarization troubles!