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Notary Public :

A Notary Public is a public officer who serves as an impartial witness to the signing of documents and to the acknowledgement of signatures on documents. A Notary Public may also administer oaths and affirmations. It is a vital public function. Notaries are called upon to perform many valuable services for New Jersey's business, legal and financial communities. Effective notary services help to ensure that documents are properly executed, that facts are duly certified, and above all, that the general public is protected from fraud. Notarization is essential for many official documents including mortgages, deeds, contracts, and various corporate transactions.

New Jersey State law authorizes a duly commissioned and qualified (sworn) Notary to perform the following duties in any county in New Jersey:

  • Administer oaths and affirmations
  • Take acknowledgments
  • Execute jurats for affidavits and other verifications
  • Take proofs of deeds
  • Execute protests for non-payment or non-acceptance
What is a Notary Prohibited from doing?

    • Never pre-date an action. The Notary may never date an action (acknowledgement, jurat, etc.,) prior to the execution (signature) date appearing on the document involved.
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Never lend a journal, stamp, or other personalized Notary equipment to another individual.
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Never prepare a legal document or give advice on legal matters, or matters pertaining to land titles. This includes the preparation of pleadings, affidavits, briefs and any other submissions to the court.
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Never, in the capacity as a Notary Public, appear as a representative of another person in a legal proceeding.
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Never, in the capacity as a Notary Public, act for others in the collection of delinquent bills or claims.

In addition to the general prohibitions above, Notaries should refrain from notarizing documents in which they have a personal interest including documents they have prepared for a fee.

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