Is Rai’s Mobile Notary, LLC a commissioned Notary Public?
No. We’re an agency that recruits and matches vetted background checked, licensed, bonded, and insured Notary Publics for your specific time, location, and documents. As a reputable agency, Rai’s Mobile Notary, LLC prides itself on offering unparalleled services that cater to the diverse needs of our clients. Our agency specializes in recruiting and matching only the most qualified, vetted, background-checked, licensed, bonded, and insured Notary Publics, who are specifically chosen to meet the unique requirements of your time, location, and documents. This means that you can rest assured that our Notary Public possesses the necessary skills and experience to provide exceptional services and that we take every necessary precaution to ensure that your legal documents are handled with the utmost care and professionalism.
Where do you provide Notary Services?
We will come to you in a place that is convenient for you. This can be your home, office, restaurant, or even a nursing home, hospital, or federal, state, or county correctional facility.
Our commitment to providing exceptional mobile notary services is unwavering, and we understand that time is of the essence. That’s why we make it our priority to come to you, wherever you are, to provide a level of convenience that is unmatched in the industry. Our services extend beyond the traditional office or home settings to ensure that your notary needs are met. At Rai’s Mobile Notary, we take pride in our ability to deliver prompt and efficient services, allowing you to focus on what’s important – your clients.
Does Notarization mean a document is legal?
No. Notaries are not responsible for the accuracy or legality of the documents they notarize. Notaries certify the identity of signers. The signers are responsible for the content of the documents.
As a matter of fact, it is a common misconception that notaries are responsible for the accuracy and legality of the documents they notarize. However, the primary function of a notary is to certify the identity of the signers, rather than verify the content of the documents. It is imperative to understand that the notary’s responsibility is limited to ensuring that the individuals signing the document are who they claim to be and have done so willingly and without coercion. In other words, the signers bear the ultimate responsibility for the content and accuracy of the documents being notarized. Notaries should not be held accountable for any errors or fraudulent activities related to the documents they notarize.
May a Notary give legal advice or draft legal documents?
No. It is essential to note that all states prohibit individuals who are not attorneys from practicing law. Notaries are not allowed to give legal advice or draft legal documents. Furthermore, it is crucial to understand that notaries can be held liable for any damages that may result from an incorrectly chosen certificate or notarization. Therefore, it is vital to seek the services of an attorney when legal advice or the drafting of legal documents is required.
What is a notary public?
A notary public refers to a dependable and trustworthy individual authorized to administer oaths or witness signatures on legal documents. Sometimes referred to as a signing agent or signing notary, a notary public plays a crucial role in ensuring the authenticity and legality of the documents being signed. For more detailed information on what a notary public is and the various services they provide, be sure to check out our blog.
What forms of payment are acceptable for payment?
Rai’s Mobile Notary, LLC accepts a variety of payments. We take all major credit cards. Billing can be arranged for business customers and escrow companies with an invoice.
Are there documents a notary public cannot notarize?
If a document is recorded with a government agency such as a Secretary of State’s office, a County Clerk, or a court, certified copies should be obtained from that agency. Mobile notaries cannot notarize these documents
What forms of identification are acceptable?
Mobile notaries accept a variety of documents. A current driver’s license, passport, non-driver’s license ID, or military ID is always acceptable. Note: Only U.S.-issued identifications are acceptable forms of ID
What hours are your service available?
Our standard operating procedure involves online appointment scheduling, which is available 24 hours a day. For same-day service, we require a 1-hour lead time to ensure that we can adequately prepare for your appointment.
What are the fees?
The charges for notary services are typically regulated by state law, which sets the upper limit for the fees that can be charged. Notaries are permitted to set their own prices within this limit, and the cost of standard notary services can vary between $0.25 to $20, depending on the location and nature of the services provided. In some states, notaries are granted the discretion to set their own fees, allowing for even greater variability in the cost of notary services.