You can enhance your professional career, serve the public as a trusted public official, and earn additional income. Notaries work in a variety of professions including court reporters, paralegals, attorneys, mobile notaries, bankers, and increasingly as signing agents within the mortgage industry.
Notaries witness signatures on a variety of high value and important business and professional documents. Some specific tasks include administering oaths and affirmations related to affidavits, taking acknowledgments, inventorying abandoned safe deposit boxes, and notarizing absentee voter ballots.
STEP 1: Purchase the "2016 North Carolina Notary Public Manual."
STEP 2: Take a 6-hour notary course.
(The classes offered through Adult Evening Education.)
STEP 3: Pass the final exam with at least 80%.
STEP 4: Submit a notarized application along with a $50 fee.
STEP 5: Take the Oath of Office at the Register of Deeds office.
STEP 6: Obtain a notary seal and a notary journal.
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Notaries have a statutory responsibility to protect the public from fraud and forgery and are often the last line of defense against document fraud. Notaries must follow the notary law to the letter without relying on their unauthorized independent judgment.
Review the NC Notary website to ensure eligibility and requirements for the class.
Requirements: a current state or federal picture identification and prior book purchase of 'North Carolina Notary Public Manual, 2016' ISBN: 9781560118510.
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Enhance your notary services with paperless transactions.
Attend a one-night "Electronic Notary Public Certification" class.
*Must be current NC Notary.
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