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Unlocking the Power of Precision at JET Signature just became easier!  We believe that behind every document lies a story of significance. Why not elevate that narrative with the indelible mark of authenticity? Notarization isn't just about ink and paper; it's about adding an extra layer of trust to your important agreements and life milestones. Whether it's the gravity of a legal contract or the joy of a real estate transaction, our notaries are here to ensure your documents are not just signed but fortified with the stamp of credibility. 



Why does my document need to be notarized?


Notarizing a document serves to verify its authenticity and the identity of the parties involved. The Notary Public is an official appointed by a state government (or another jurisdiction) to serve as a witness to the signing of important documents.


The key purposes include preventing fraud by requiring signers to appear before a notary, confirming their identity with government-issued


IDs, deterring coercion, and maintaining a detailed record. Notarized documents often hold more legal weight, are recognized internationally, and are commonly used for agreements, wills, powers of attorney, and real estate deeds. Specific notarization requirements can vary by jurisdiction.


Confirming Identity: Notaries are responsible for confirming the identity of the person signing the document. This is typically done by examining government-issued identification, such as a driver's license or passport.


Preventing Fraud: Notarization helps prevent fraud by requiring the signer to appear before a notary public, who verifies their identity through government-issued identification. This process reduces the likelihood of someone signing a document on behalf of another person.


Preventing the use of force or threats: The presence of a notary can act as a deterrent to coercion or fraud. The notary is expected to ensure that the signer is willingly and knowingly entering into the agreement without any undue pressure.


Maintaining a Record: Notaries create a detailed record of the notarization process, including the date, the type of document, the names of the parties involved, and the notary's own information. This record can be valuable in legal proceedings or in case of a dispute.


Join us on a journey where the importance of notarization isn't just understood; it's celebrated as the key to unlocking the true potential of your written word. Trust, after all, is more than a signature – it's a notarized commitment. Book with JET at jetsignature.com 

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