What type of journal is required for an Oregon notary public?
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Then, how long do I have to keep my notary journal in Oregon?
One may also ask, what documents can a notary Cannot notarize?
- Birth Certificates - Usually what a person requires is a certified copy of the birth record, which can usually be obtained from the State Bureau of Vital Statistics.
- Photographs - Notarizing photographs is not an authorized notarial act in the United States.
In this way, can an Oregon notary notarize for family?
Notarizing for Relatives: Notaries may not notarize a document in which a spouse is named or directly benefits from.
Do I need to keep a notary journal?
Most states require or strongly recommend that Notaries own and maintain a journal or record book of the acts they perform. Even if not required in your state, a well-kept journal can provide supporting evidence that you acted properly during a transaction if you are ever accused of an inadvertent or willful mistake.