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Appointed by the Ohio Secretary of State, the Notary Public will serve to administer oaths, take acknowledgements, and certify documents in addition to other limited duties.
The Notary Public provides mobile services to meet with individuals or businesses at a location of their choice to eliminate the complication of traveling and lack of privacy.
Serving: Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Licking, Madison, Pickaway, Marion, Union Counties, and more.
The Loan Signing Agent (Notary Public) is trained and certified by the National Notary Association (NNA) to properly execute documents for real estate closings and estate planning.
The Loan Signing Agent will identify the loan documents, obtain the necessary signatures, notarize, and return the documents to the correct party. The Loan Signing Agent will serve as an impartial party to the transaction.
A Notary Permit Runner (NPR) presents applications, plans, or the necessary paperwork for a building project to the building, local, and state departments for their permission. The NPR will obtain the permit and return a copy to the builder.
The Field Inspector will document the state of the property/equipment or verify facts about it.
Inspection services include: Commercial Inspections, Property Inspections, Occupancy Verifications, Interior Inspections, Merchant Site Inspections, Photo Inspections, Draw Inspections, Collateral Inspections, and Business Verifications.
Serving Columbus and surrounding areas.
The Notary Public is certified by the Ohio Secretary of State to perform remote online notarizations (RON).
During the appointment, the notary public will utilize a webcam and a platform to review the uploaded document(s), re-verify identity, administer the oath, and digitally sign the document(s).
The courier will obtain and hand deliver legal/time sensitive documents under 20lbs.
The notary is not an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice. The notary is not responsible for the accuracy of the information within the document(s) nor guarantees the document(s) truthfulness.
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