Posts Tagged ‘Notary Record Book’

Keep Your Data Safe in Notary Record Book

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

A notary public has to perform lot of tasks everyday. So many people approach a notary for help and when the notary verifies the person’s genuineness, he authorizes the documents. Notary can not keep a mental record of all the hundreds of people whom he meet in a week or month and this is where the notary record book comes into picture. The record books helps him in remembering the number of people he meets in a day or the number of documents that he signs every day.

The notary record book is designed to take note of approximately 250 entries. These transaction details help the notary in many ways. Like in case if a fraud happens, the notary public can cross-check it with his record book. This also helps him in establishing new clients through referrals,etc. The book is always handy for the notary public officer’s help and also helps him in avoiding frauds and any misuse of any kind. (more…)

Safeguard Your Data with Notary Record Book

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

A notary public officer has many responsibilities assigned to him. His task is very crucial and requires him to show complete sincerity while doing his job. The task also expects him to act as an impartial witness to both the law which he is representing and to the citizen who approaches him to legalize the documents. Therefore, he needs to be a careful observant while performing his duties and check the documents thoroughly before he signs them. Otherwise, he might be leveled with charges that would make him appear before the law for contempt.

The notary public officer meets so many people that he cannot keep a track of their details. For this purpose, a notary record book can be kept by him where he can maintain the details of his notary‚Äôs acts and enter almost 250 entries. This transaction record would help him in establishing relationship with clients by offering references and in case of any fraud, he can see and cross-check with his record book any time. Therefore, a detailed record of these transactions needs to be noted down in this book. (more…)