Notary & Employer Articles

The Notary Commission Belongs to the Notary

by American Association of Notaries
Becoming a notary public is a noteworthy undertaking; there are many reasons why a person may apply for a notary commission. Some apply for a notary commission to broaden their professional credentials and skills for employment. Others become notaries at the request of an employer or as a service to their business clients. Law firms, shipping centers, banks, and post offices are a few of the many types of businesses that have notaries on staff. (more...)

The Benefits of an Employee Notary

by American Association of Notaries
Individuals who seek the office of the notary public come from many walks of life. Indeed, the vast majority of notaries have other professions and careers and obtain a notary commission in addition to their other jobs, skills, and credentials. (more...)

Employed Notaries - Your Notary Supplies Belong to the Notary

by American Association of Notaries
An employee notary is a notary who obtained a commission at the request of his or her employer. Perhaps your company transacts with clients, such as banks or insurance companies, that must have documents notarized on a regular basis. (more...)
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