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Notaries are publicly commissioned officials, serving as an impartial witness to the

Signing of a legal document.

A notary authenticates legal documents ranging from powers of attorney to legal affidavits to real estate deeds. Their primary purpose is to create a trustworthy environment for the parties to officiate an agreement. For a document to be notarized, the original signatures from both parties must be present and the commitment must be stated in writing. A notary prevents fraud by asking for photo ID and can refuse to authenticate a document if uncertain about the identity of the signing parties. Most importantly, they are duty-bound not to act in situations where they have a personal interest. Also, a notary vows to never refuse to serve a person due to race, nationality, religion, politics, sexual orientation, or status.

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