Notary Public Kelowna offer a wide range of legal services including Real Estate Conveyancing, Mortgages, Wills, Estates, Powers of Attorney, Corporate/Business transactions. Notaries provide conveyancing expertise on more than half of all real estate sales and purchases in Kelowna, and related real estate related services to many Kelowna home buyers and sellers. If someone tells you that they are a notary, you may pretend that you know what it means. However, the general misconception is that a notary is merely someone who stamps documents with little to no understanding as to why those documents need to be stamped in the first place. It is very important to know what a notary is and does because you may often need to get documents stamped and attested by a Notary Public Kelowna. Therefore, you need to know what the process involves.Notary Kelowna
The main Kelowna notaries purpose is of notarizing a document is to add to its authenticity. The process of notarization indicates that the document is now binding upon the parties who have been named in it. It shows that the people who signed the public document did so voluntarily, agree to perform what is stated in the public document, are authorized to do whatever the document authorizes, and are prepared to make the Kelowna notaries declaration to the same effect under oath if the situation requires it.
In a nutshell, Notaries serve as an official witness to the signing of documents by certain individuals after verification of their identity. There are two ways of going about it. Sometimes, the signer will bring the document to be signed to the notaries office and will sign in front of him. On other occasions, the signer will sign the document and bring it to the notaries office to sign a declaration saying that he or she had signed it.
The main functions of public notaries are as follows:
Sometimes, a notary public Kelowna may also be required to record the details in a journal and request the signer to sign the journal as well. On other occasions, they may be required to record the signer's thumbprint and maintain the record in the journal. The requirement for maintaining a journal varies from province to province, but it is recommended to do so to ensure that proper records are maintained.
Some roles of the public notaries like acting as an official witness are pretty much standard in every province. In other provinces, public notaries have additional responsibilities and may be authorized to do certain things such as certifying copies of documents or officiating at weddings. In certain provinces, public notaries also have the authority to draft legal documents - something that is not allowed in any other place. The roles also differ from country to country as well as states and provinces within the same country.