Notarizing is the process of verifying the identity of a person or persons and witnessing the signing of important documents. A notary public is a person who has been authorized by the state to perform this task. Notarizing a document ensures that it is authentic and can be used as evidence in court. In order to notarize a document, the notary must first witness the signing of the document by the person or persons who are party to it. The notary will then affix their official seal to the document, which indicates that they have verified its authenticity. Notarizing a document is an important step in ensuring its validity, and it can play a vital role in protecting your rights.
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