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Important for healthcare settings -
Is the signer under the influence of any narcotic medication? The signer must be coherent, and fully aware, and freely signing any document that is to be notarized.
Please make sure the signer understands the document. If you have any legal questions you must consult a lawyer who is licensed to practice law in Florida.
Can the signer physically sign their name? If not, the signer can sign by mark but must have 2 'disinterested' witnesses, with ID's available at the time of the signing.
Does the signer have their ID ? If the signer does not have acceptable ID then they will need 2 'disinterested' witnesses with ID's who can swear or affirm the signer's identity.
Do not sign the document until the notary is present and ready for the signer to sign.
These IDs are acceptable for notarizations in the State of Florida
a. Driver's license or identification card issued by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
b. Passport issued by the U. S. Department of State.
c. Passport issued by a foreign government, if stamped by the U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service.
d. Driver's license issued by a territory of the United States, another state, Canada or Mexico.
e. Identification card issued by a territory of the United States or a state other than Florida.
f. Identification card issued by any branch of the U.S. armed forces.
g. An inmate identification card issued on or after 1/1/91 by Florida Department of Corrections for an inmate who is currently in custody of the Department.
h. A sworn, written statement from a sworn law enforcement officer that the forms of identification for an inmate in an institution of confinement were confiscated upon confinement, and that the person named in the document is the person whose signature is to notarized.
i. An identification card issued by the U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Florida also permits Notaries to accept expired IDs from a signer provided the expired ID was issued within the past five years and includes a serial identifying number.
NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF FLORIDA
** I am NOT an Attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Florida and as such I can not answer legal questions or give legal advice. **
Please call us at 423 760 9030 if you can not find an answer to your question.
A notary can use one or two credible witnesses with IDs to prove the identity of the signer.
There are two options - most people do not know the notary and so they need two witnesses.
The law requires One credible witness who personally knows the notary and the signer.
Two credible witnesses unknown to the notary but who personally know the signer.
In either case, the credible witness(es) must have IDs and will have to make a sworn statement verifying the identity of the signer.
No. Notarizing only validates that the signer personally appeared in front of the notary and subscribed or affirmed to the truthfulness of the document. The Notary Public has no authorization to state that a document is official, true or correct.
The signer will be able to sign the document with a mark such as an "X" if unable to write a signature. Two 'disinterested' witnesses with IDs must be present and sign as witnesses on the document.
If the signer is not able to hold a pen by any physical means, then the notary can be directed to make the mark, with 2 credible witnesses.
NO. I am a NOTARY PUBLIC for the STATE OF FLORIDA. I am NOT an Attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Florida and as such I can not answer legal questions or give legal advice.
I can tell you "WHAT but not WHY". This means I can explain the notary process, and if you need help reading the document I can read it to you. I can show you where you need to sign and if you have a disability I can assist you in signing the document under certain conditions.
If you are uncertain about the document you are signing or have legal questions, you must contact a lawyer who is licensed to practice law in Florida.