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What is a Notary Public?
A notary public is a public officer appointed and commissioned by the Governor whose function is to administer oaths; to take acknowledgments of deeds and other instruments; to attest to or certify photocopies of certain documents; and to perform other duties specified by law.

A notary public serves as an impartial witness to facilitate the workings of commerce and law by lending credibility to certain sensitive signed documents. When a document is notarized, the public can be assured that the signer(s) are not impostors and any contracting parties can be assured that the document they have signed - and no other - will have full force and effect.

Notaries public are appointed for 4 years and shall use and exercise the office of notary public within the boundaries of this state.

Can a Notary Public perform a Marriage ceremony?
Yes, the State of Florida permit a Notary public to perform such civil ceremony within the boundaries of this state

Can a Notary Public notarize a document from a another State?
No, the Notary public can only notarize documents from the State he or she was appointed.

"I am not an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Florida, and I may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice"

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