Notaries Public do everything the same, but different.
LIMITED Availability. Existing clients & referrals by appointment only. $5 per notarization is the Connecticut maximum statutory fee, which is also the copy certification maximum fee (notaries are not allowed to charge a per page fee).
For NOTARY PUBLIC SERVICES SEE alsoTown Clerks, your local Senior Services Center, Financial & Banking offices, Law firms, Accounting firms, Real Estate offices, and school registrars offices. There are over 50,000 notaries public in Connecticut. CT attorneys and Judges can also notarize documents.
Notaries are not required by law to travel. The CT Secretary of State set the maximum notary travel fee at 35 cents per mile, which is more than 30 cents per mile LESS than the IRS business mileage tax return deduction rate. Notary Signing Agent: Moodus, East Haddam, East Hampton, Westchester.
A Connecticut notary is NOT a Notario Publico, Notaire, attorney, lawyer or judge and has no authority to give legal advice on real estate, immigration, wills, trusts or any legal matter.
Notary Education. Notaries have unlimited personal financial liability for every notarization, which is why notaries do not "bend the law." By law, a Connecticut notary must identify a signer with two forms of current identification. Employers can be liable for notary-employee errors. Learn about a U.S. notary's responsibility as a common law public official.
Nat'l Federation of Paralegal Assoc. PACE Registered Paralegal.
CT Real Property Electronic Recording Advisory Committee (Nov. 2009-present).
Notary Public Code of Professional Responsibility NNA Drafting Commission Member.
Nat'l Notary Assoc. (NSA certification not renewed 2012), Notary Public Instructor (1999-2004), 1999 Notary of the Year. Professional Affiliations: Nat'l Federation of Paralegal Assoc. & Conn. Bar Assoc. (non-attorney).