Be advised Upstate Mobile Notaries LLC will unavailable for services for Monday, November 18, 2018 11am- Friday, November 23, 2018 6pm. Wishing everyone a safe, happy & blessed Thanksgiving!!!
📆It’s that time again. Time to get the kiddos ready for another school year. 📒There is a lot that that entails (back to school shopping, immunizations, physicals, new teacher meeting, school orientations, ect). 📏✂️Some of you may find yourself enrolling … Continue reading
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A couple waved goodbye to Oregon and hello to South Carolina. On today, their seller side document signing oversight was conducted by Certified Notary Signing Agent Bethinina Gary. 31 pages printed, signatures notarized and documents shipped via UPS. This assignment … Continue reading
A certificate of pregnancy and an affidavit of self employment were both notarized for a individual relocating to “my” area. Relocating? Property management requires notarized signatures on documents? Call Upstate Mobile Notaries, LLC. Even in the middle of a workout, … Continue reading
On August 17, 2017, two signatures were notarized and witnessed on Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure documents in Simpsonville.
On this Sunday evening, a call rang into us. The caller stated they needed their signature notarized on some transportation documents. Even though we didn’t quite know what type of documents they were we were happy to oblige. Fast forward … Continue reading
When homeowners residing in Greenville are selling their rental home in another state, there are documents that need to be finalized. On Wednesday, August 3, 2016, a call rang into Upstate Mobile Notaries, LLC from a Title Company needing a seller side document oversight conducted same day. We were happy to oblige. Confirmations were received, appointment confirmed, documents printed, signatures and notarizations executed and last but certainly not least documents made same day FedEx pickup.
On the evening of Sunday, July 24, 2016, the witnessing of the signatures for a South Carolina notary on the transfer of title of her vehicle to another party, a resident of North Carolina. The transfer of the title had taken place days before by the seller signed in the wrong place. Hence the notarization of the new signatures on the North Carolina Title Reassignment for issued by the NC DMV.
If you know anything about in-state vehicle transfers, you know that it is not necessary to have this document notarized. However, in some other states, the notary’s sworn statement is written on the title transfer section to be completed. When the title is void of this language, it is necessary to attach either an Individual Acknowledgment, a notarial form that verifies that a person or persons appeared before the notary.
It should also go without saying, a notary public cannot notarize a document on their own behalf.