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What is Providing mobile notary services?

Providing mobile notary services under South African law involves offering on-location notary services, allowing the official validation of documents and signatures outside of a traditional office setting.

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What is a mobile notary?

A mobile notary is a notary public who travels to the location of the client to perform notarial acts, such as witnessing and certifying signatures on legal documents.

What services does a mobile notary offer?

A mobile notary can perform a variety of notarial acts, including but not limited to: witnessing the signing of legal documents, administering oaths and affirmations, and certifying copies of documents.

What types of documents can a mobile notary notarize?

A mobile notary can notarize a wide range of documents, including but not limited to: affidavits, power of attorney documents, wills, trusts, deeds, and contracts.

How much does a mobile notary charge?

The fees charged by a mobile notary may vary depending on the type of document being notarized, the location of the client, and the time of day. It is recommended to contact the mobile notary directly to inquire about their fees.

Is a mobile notary available outside of regular business hours?

Yes, many mobile notaries offer services outside of regular business hours, including evenings and weekends. It is recommended to contact the mobile notary directly to inquire about their availability.

Is there a geographic limit to where a mobile notary can travel?

While a mobile notary can travel to various locations, it is recommended to inquire with the mobile notary directly regarding their service area.

Do I need to bring anything with me when meeting with a mobile notary?

Yes, it is important to bring a valid form of identification, such as a driver's license or passport, to verify your identity. Additionally, it is recommended to bring the document that needs to be notarized, as well as any other relevant documents.

How long does a notarial act take?

The length of time required for a notarial act may vary depending on the type of document being notarized and the number of signatories. It is recommended to inquire with the mobile notary directly regarding the estimated time required for your specific document.

In South Africa, notaries public are legal professionals who specialize in the authentication and certification of documents, as well as the drafting and execution of certain legal instruments. The governing legislation for notaries public in South Africa is the Notaries Act of 1997. This act regulates the appointment, qualifications, and duties of notaries public. The South African Law Society, which represents attorneys, is responsible for the regulation and oversight of notaries public. To find more information about notary public laws in South Africa and the South African Law Society, you can visit the following links:

  1. Notaries Act:
  2. South African Law Society:

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