Services - Notary and Loan Signing services includes:

  • Loan Signings

  • Take acknowledgments

  • Administer oaths or affirmations

  • Solemnize marriages

  • Attest to photocopies

  • Verify vehicle identification numbers (VINs)

  • Certify the contents of a safe-deposit box can be broken down into 3 categories:

What is a Notary Public?

A notary public is a public officer appointed and commissioned by the Governor whose function is to administer oaths (or affirmations); to take acknowledgments; to attest to the trueness of photocopies of certain documents; and to perform other duties specified by Florida law.


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Explanation of services


The purpose of an acknowledgment is for a signer, whose identity has been verified, to declare to a Notary that he or she has willingly signed a document.

An acknowledgment requires the following:

  1. The signer must physically appear before the Notary.

  2. The Notary must positively identify the signer.

  3. The signer may either sign the document before or in the presence of the Notary.

  4. The signer must declare (acknowledge) signing the document for its intended purpose.

The signer must be able to directly communicate with the Notary that he or she willingly signed the document.


The purpose of a jurat — also known as a “verification upon oath or affirmation” — is for a signer to swear to or affirm the truthfulness of the contents of a document to a Notary.

A jurat requires the following:

  1. The signer must appear in person and sign the document in the presence of the Notary.

  2. The signer must be positively identified.

  3. The signer must respond out loud to an administered oath or an affirmation. Silent answers such as a nod of the head are not acceptable.

A jurat cannot be executed by someone offering to take the oath in someone else’s name — the original signer must swear or affirm the oath in person before the Notary.


The purpose of a Loan Signing Agent - is to ensure the proper execution of loan documents and is hired by mortgage companies, escrow companies, title companies and signing services to identify loan documents, obtain the necessary signatures, and in some cases deliver the documents to the borrower.

A Loan Signing Agent is an impartial party to the transaction, and must adhere to the notary laws. Loan Signing Agents may identify documents and can point out terms to the loan transaction.

Loan Signing Agents are prohibited from giving legal advice or in any way explaining or interpreting the meaning of any terms or documents, and they are not permitted to prepare the documents, or alter them in any way.


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