601 Old Daytona Road, Suite H, Deland Florida 32724
Notary Public, Notary Services and Mobile Notary Services,
601 Old Daytona Road
Deland, Florida 32724
MOBILE NOTARY WITH SEAL
Can a notary public refuse to notarize?
A notary public is required to refuse to notarize in cases where the signer doesn't meet certain qualifications for notarization. This would be the case if the signer isn't physically present for notarization, or if the signer cannot be properly identified. A notary must also refuse to notarize if the document doesn't meet certain qualifications. This would be the case if a document has missing pages or blank spaces that haven't been completed by the signer. A notary can also refuse to sign if there is a suspicion that the document is false or illegal, or if the signer refuses to pay the required fee. However, a notary public cannot refuse to notarize based on bias regarding the signer’s nationality, religion, race, age, sexual preference, lifestyle, gender, or disabilities...……………..
Confidential, Reliable & Dependable, Notary Public has been commissioned since 2005. Notary is not an Attorney at law, however can refer you to a attorney.
Florida Statue 117 states; Identification is required prior to notarization, even marriage ceremonies.
Notary also has a Bachelor's Degree in Science in Criminal Justice, & Business Degree. Every eleven months notary gets third party background screen. Their required for real-estate closings, personal information, other.
Also, Let me know if you need a different time, notary works 7 days a week. Volusia County, Lake County, Flagler County, Marion County, Seminole County, again Confidential, Reliable & Dependable....
Notary has witnessed many things, including legal documents. Of course everyone is quite different, with different circumstances.
Many experience good and bad things in life. If you need a notary right away, call/text the notary at
386-215-3604. Notary doesn't discriminate against anyone, Id is required for your documents. If you need an attorney, the Notary can refer you to an attorney, and notary is not an attorney.