35 Most Common Documents Notarized by Notaries

Many types of documents are notarized by Notaries Public every day!  These documents come from many sources- lenders, escrow companies, the California Department of Motor Vehicles,  banks and other financial institutions, city government agencies, law firms, private citizens, agencies of the state government, federal government agencies, foreign agencies and law firms,  local private companies, and other places.

Many documents are required by law to be notarized, such as Grant Deeds, in order to become effective.  Other documents are required to be notarized  by certain institutions, before transactions are allowed to take place- such as Spousal Waiver for liquidating a 401K.

Almost any document can be notarized in California.  Wills, however, are generally not notarized in California, but rather witnessed.  Please refer to professional legal counseling when preparing wills and other estate planning documents.

Here at Hollywood Notary Dot Net, we get a good mix of documents for notarization, being that Los Angeles is such a big city, and is surrounded by other nice-sized cities.

The following is a list of 35 of the most common types of documents that are notarized by us each week,  in no particular order:

  1. Sworn Statement
  2. Quitclaim Deed
  3. Statement of Consent (for application for Passport for child under age 16)
  4. Application for Duplicate or Paperless Title
  5. Power of Attorney
  6. Deed of Trust
  7. Release and Waiver
  8. Parental Consent for Travel
  9. Affidavit of Forgery
  10. Assignment
  11. Certificate of Authorship
  12. Certificate of Identity
  13. Plea Form
  14. Rental Agreement
  15. Grant Deed
  16. Deed of Trust
  17. Compliance Agreement
  18. Name Affidavit
  19. Copy Certification By Document Custodian
  20. Durable Power of Attorney
  21. Power of Attorney for Health Care/Advance Health Care Directive
  22. Spousal Waiver
  23. Demand Letter
  24. Guaranty
  25. Contract
  26. Student Enrollment Verification
  27. Amendment to Revocable Trust
  28. Intercreditor Agreement
  29. Modification Agreement
  30. Subordination Agreement
  31. Resignation of Trustee
  32. Unclaimed Property Form
  33. Authorization
  34. Living Trust
  35. Bill of Sale

Please note that there are many more types of documents that we can notarize here in our office, but that these are a few of the most commonly-seen documents that we encounter each week!

To book an appointment with us, please call David Ransom at (323)393-5822.

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