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Where can i find a notary in copperhill Tenn

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do both parties have to be present to have a document notarize

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can a notary at a bank refuse to notarize for you simply because you are not a customer of that bank

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COST OF NOTARY

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My partner and I are looking for a Notary who can see that his final wishes prior to reading the will are met. You see most of the furnishings and house go to his son, however, he would like to provide me with items to begin my residence somewhere else. We typed a letter and need it tweaked and notarized.

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is there a cost to have someone notary stamp a document

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Judith M.

Notaries are public servants and charge a fee for their services. It depends on the type of document and your location.

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