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Cantu Notary can notarize the following documents:

▪ Loan Documents
▪ Deeds (Trust, Quit Claim, Grant)
▪ Boat Loan Documents
▪ Car Loan Documents
▪ Power of Attorney
▪ Health Care Directives
▪ Medical Records
▪ Agreements
▪ Affidavits and Jurats
▪ Acknowledgments
▪ Requests for Vital Records
▪ Security and Financial Agreements
▪ Promissory Notes
▪ Contracts of Sale
▪ Job Application
▪ Permission for Minors to Travel
▪ Traffic school exams
▪ Any other document you need notarized

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Documents that can not be notarized:
▪ Incomplete Documents
▪ Immigration Documents
▪ Copies of Birth, Death, or Marriage Certificates
▪ Any document signed outside a Notary Public's presence
▪ Copies of any document (except for Power of Attorney and Documents Custodian)
▪ Faxed or Photocopied Signatures
▪ Photographs

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A Notary Public is a person appointed by the state government and whose primary role is to serve the public as an impartial witness when important documents are signed.

A notary is empowered to:
1. Witness the signing of important documents
2. Administer oaths and affirmations, and
3. Perform other acts as authorized by law.

As an impartial, third-party witness, a notary identifies signers for the purpose of screening out impostors and deterring fraud. A notary also verifies that signers have knowingly and willingly entered into agreements. For this reason, signers must personally appear before a notary with proper identification at the time of notarization. While not always convenient, this requirement is for the protection of the public.

Acceptable Forms of Identification For Notary In California:                                           

1. CA or other state DL/ID Card current or issued within the last 5 years.
2. US Passport or Foreign Passport stamped by USCIS.
3. Canadian or Mexican DL current or issued within the last 5 years.
4. US Military ID (New Common Access Card is not acceptable).
5. ID card issued by USCIS is only acceptable when notarizing USCIS forms.
6. Inmate ID card (inmates in custody)
7. CA State, County or City issued Employee ID card. Must be current or issued within the last 5 years containing photo, signature, physical description, and a serial number.
If a signer does not have one of these forms of ID and has no reasonable means of acquiring one, two credible witnesses that can swear to the signers identity can be used. Each witness must present a form of ID above.
A signer can never be physically assisted in signing notarized documents.
Signers must be of sound mind and be able to display their understanding of what they are signing. 

We are not an attorney and can not give legal advice.