Individual whose identity and due execution of a record id being certified
Conduct contrary to expected standards of honesty, morality, or integrity
Device for affixing on a paper record an image
Person commissioned to preform acts of NCGS 10B
Person who signs a record for the purpose of being a witness to the principals execution
Notary certificate evidencing the administration of an oath
Empowerment to perform notarial acts
Information that is inscribed on a tangible medium and called a traditional or paper record
Individual and notary are in close physical proximity to one another
Notary performs an act in a manner that is found to be negligent
Completion of a certificate by a notary who has performed a notarial act
Termination of the notary's commission for a period of time started in an order
Individual appeared in person before the notary and signed a document
Individual made a vow without invoking a deity
Familiarity with the individual resulting from interactions
Portion of a notarized record that is completed by the notary
Shortened from of a proper name
Cancellation of the notary commission
Act of taking an acknowledgment, verification or proof or administering an oath
Individual personally known to the notary who he believes is honest and reliable
Individual made a vow of truthfulness while invoking a deity
The office that has the authority to appoint notaries
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