East Bay Mobile Notary Service &
1 Notary Mobile Service
A California Certified Signing Agent
Mobily servicing the follow areas by appointment:
Nevada County, Ca
What is a Notary Public?
What is a Notary Public?
A notary Public is a person of proven integrity by the government to serve the public as an impartial witness in taking acknowledgments, administering oath and affirmations, and performing other acts authorizing by law.
What is a Signing Agent?A notary signing agent is a Notary with distinctive expertise in notarizing loan document signings who has been certified.
How much does a notarization cost?
The maximum that a notary can charge PER signature in California $10.00. However, Fee are set based on the number of signatures and discount prices may be offered.
Why are Documents notarized?
To provide a deterrent to fraud. An impartial witness( the Notary) ensures that the singers of documents are who they say they are and not impostors. The notary makes sure that the signers have entered into agreements knowingly and willingly.
May a notary give legal advice or draft legal documents?
Absolutely not! A notary is forbidden from preparing legal documents for others or acting as a legal ad visor. Violators can be fined or jailed for the unauthorized practice of law.
Does Notarization mean that a document is "true" or "Legal" ?
NO! Notaries are not responsible for the accuracy or legality of documents they notarize. Notaries certify the identity of signers. The signers are responsible for the content of the documents.
Do I have to appear personally to receive notarization of my documents?
YES! You should personally appear before the notary at the time of the notarization. However, if you have a 'subscribing witness," the "subscribing witness" must witness the singing of the document and must provide proper identification. A power of attorney may also be used in some cases and the signer must show the power to the notary prior to signing.
Can you Notarize documents that are contain blanks?
NO! We can not notarize a document that is incomplete or contains blanks.
May a notary refuse to serve people?
The notary shall, as a government officer and public officer and public servant, serve all of the public in an honest, fair, and unbiased manner. Only if the notary is uncertain of a signer's identity, willingness or general competence, or has s good reason to suspect fraud, may they deny service... Notaries should not refuse to serve anyone because of race, religion, nationality, lifestyle, or because the person is not a client or customer. Discrimination on any basis is not a suitable policy for a public official.
WE HAVE MOVED. NOW LOCATED IN: Grass valley, Ca
Main (925) 413-2248 Cell/Txt
FAX (530) 446-3256
Available by appointment.
Please call to confirm date, time and location.