What is a Certified Notary Signing Agent?
A Certified Notary Signing Agent is a government officer
and public servant who serves as an impartial witness
in taking acknowledgments and affirmations.
You cannot do loan docs without
being a notary because there are many affidavits that
need to be notarized as well as the Deed of Trust etc.
As for being a Certified Signing Agent, it just means
that we are trained with the NNA ( National Notary Association)
and specialize in Loan Documents.
As a signing agent, we have the
flexibility to accommodate the Borrowers' busy schedule,
offering daytime, evening, weekend and even holiday appointments.
Q). What is a Loan Document Signing Agent?
A). Loan Document Signing Agent
is a Notary Public who specializes in loan document signings.
We are authorized to act on behalf of the title /escrow/
lender company to perform the signing portion of the loan
Q). What is a Win/Loss statement?
A). Used by individuals that file the
long form on their income taxes. It is used to declare
Winnings and Losses associated with gambling.
Q). What is an Jurat?
A). This is a statement by a person
who has witnessed the signing of the document and swears
or affirms that the statement is true.
Q). What is a Acknowledgment?
A). Notarial act in which a Notary
certifies having positively identified a document signer
who personally appeared before the Notary.
Q). What is an
Attorney in Fact
A). Person who has been granted the authority
to sign or act for another person - as an example, a spouse,
parent or grandparent.
Q). What is an Affidavit?
A).Documents a sworn statement. Many
types of Affidavits are Affidavit of Seller, Affidavit
of Permission to Travel. Affidavit of Support Affidavit
of Witness Return to work Affidavit.
Q). What is a Public Inspection as related to Notaries?
A).The right or privilege granted to
members of the public to pursue the records of official
acts contained in a Notary's journal.
Q). Does notarization mean that a document is legal or
A). No: Notaries are not responsible
for the accuracy of the documents they notarize. The signers
are responsible for the content of the documents.
Q). Can a Notary certify copies of birth or death certificates?
A). No: You have to contact the County
Clerks office where the birth or death occurred.
are acceptable forms of identification?
A). Your ID must be
current or have been issued within 5 years. An ID card
or driver's license issued by the Department of Motor
Vehicles, A passport or Military ID.
Q). What is an Automotive Vehicle transfer signing?
A).Using a notary defers fraud. We
receive documents from the car dealer or lender. We meet
with the buyer to identify them and secure their signature
on the documents.