Becoming a Notary public is a highly qualified and dignified profession. It comes with huge responsibilities and duties. To become a notary public, one must be aware of the law and order of the State in which he lives, as the laws are different in every State. Therefore, an aspiring notary is trained to fulfill the requirements of individual States. The notary public officer holds the full authority to notarize various affidavits and legal documents. For this, he would be required to take an impartial stand, i.e. he should not be partial to either the citizens or the law.
He needs to be fully aware of the notary public supplies as these supplies are a part of his profession and should be kept safely. The supply consists of various notary seals, signs and stamps. A notary requires these while he certifies the documents as legal and accepted by law. A notary is also expected to maintain proper ethics and values. The profession of a notary requires that he should give proper respect to his clients and maintain a good relationship with them. To build a good rapport within the market he should also approach big companies on his own, as people will refer to him directly and also refer other people to him. (more…)