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Common Notary Terms

Although they cannot provide legal services, notaries have an important role in the completion of many legal documents. The following are several terms to be familiar with when using the services of a notary.

  • Notary Public – An individual appointed by a state government to witness the signing of documents, like affidavits, power-of-attorney forms, deeds, and estate papers. A notary public also takes acknowledgments and oaths. Often, notaries work in association with banks, law offices, or real estate offices.
  • Signing Agent – A notary public who obtains signatures needed for a real estate transfer or loan. A signing agent may be a mobile worker, traveling to the parties to a real estate transaction to obtain signatures. Mobile signing agents are frequently used when a party lives out of state.
  • Affidavit – A sworn factual statement signed by its author. A notary public witnesses the signing of an affidavit to verify its authenticity. Affidavits are used in association with other evidence in court cases where witnesses are not available to testify or to attest to the truth of information in a legal document.
  • Estate – The net worth of property owned by an individual. The estate of a deceased person is managed by an administrator or an executor if there is a will. Wills are often notarized to support their authenticity.
  • Deed – A legal instrument that transfers property rights from one person to another. A deed must be signed and witnessed, and the signatures to a deed typically require certification by a notary. Notaries may travel to the location of a real estate transaction to witness signatures.
  • Power-of-Attorney – A document that gives an individual authority to act on behalf of someone else in business and legal matters or in making medical decisions. Power-of-attorneys often need to be reviewed, stamped, and signed by a notary public.
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    Perry's Notary Service
    11520 Maple Crt., Mukilteo, WA 98275
    I am a National Notary Association Certified Signing Agent who is a Background screened Notary Public Available 24/7. Will travel to most of the state.
    (425) 422-2690
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    Seattle, WA 98125
    Contact us at (888) 475-0249 in Seattle, WA, to learn more about our professional mobile notary service.
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    337 Ne 54th St, Seattle, WA 98105
    I am a Mobile Notary Public and a National Notary Association certified Notary Signing Agent. I am licensed and bonded. I speak proficient Spanish and offer courteous and efficient service 24/6, Tuesday through Sunday.
    (206) 265-1208
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    8711 -228th Street Sw, Edmonds, WA 98026
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    400 North 34th St Ste # 301, Seattle, WA 98103
    7 day's a week 24 hours a day notary service including holiday's.
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    1901 1/2 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103
    (206) 551-0241
    Queen Anne Travelling Notary
    1st Ave W., Seattle, WA 98119
    Licensed and bonded notary public, notary services 7 days a week. Call or email to set up an appointment. Located in Queen Anne but will travel inside city limits.
    (206) 484-4215
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    Po Box 25138, Federal Way, WA 98093
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    Matt Sciascia, Notary Public
    29431 Pacific Hwy S, Federal Way, WA 98003
    • Mobile Notary - "I Come to You" • 24/7 Service • Licensed, Bonded, Insured • Certified Notary Signing Agent (National Notary Association)
    (888) 395-9268
    Aarono Cooper, Notary Public
    1600 S Pearl St, Tacoma, WA 98465
    Mobile Notary Public Service Specialty is Real Estate & Mortgage Loan Transactions
    (253) 224-8792
    Tacoma Notary
    Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98444
    We are a mobile notary service providing extensive care in our legal services. Our notarial signing agents provide court representation, documents, stamps, seal and certification.
    (253) 377-9283
    Do It Yourself Documents, Llc
    Roosevelt Avenue, Enumclaw, WA 98022
    Notary public and mobile notary service available! Give us a call for one of our mobile notary signing agents to assist you inside your home or office. Call us for more information.
    (866) 946-0325


    A notary public is a professional witness. Often, they work at banks, some are part time and have other jobs. A notary signing agent is a specialist within this profession. Specifically, they are a notary public specially trained to handle mortgage signings. Most operate as mobile notaries who will travel to a client's home or office. They may request payment of mileage for such travel, however. A mobile notary will generally have a limit to the distance they are willing to drive. Additionally, they often offer services above and beyond merely witnessing and countersigning documents. A signing agent may courier documents to and from the bank, assist with understanding loan applications and even deliver checks. They may also assist with other loans such as car and business loans. Some specialize in commercial work. They are aware of the legality of various forms and statements and, like other notaries, often have their own seal to apply to documents. They may also witness various statements. A corporation or company may have their own notary, but most loan signing agents are either freelance or work for the bank. They generally charge a fee for their services, that may vary by their experience and the amount of work required. Notaries have professional associations and the good ones pass exams and obtain certification. Legal requirements vary by state. For example, some states restrict the use of signature stamps. As they are involved in private affairs, they are bound by privilege, like lawyers. Sometimes, they handle classified material. In all cases, they provide a basic, but essential legal service.
     
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