Notarization is a service provided by a notary public. A notary public is a government-appointed official who verifies the identities of the parties involved in a transaction, and then affixes a seal or stamp to a document to indicate that the signatures on the document are genuine. Notarization is often required for legal documents such as deeds, mortgages, and powers of attorney, as well as for some types of contracts. Notarization helps to prevent fraud by providing a third-party verification of the identity of the signers and the authenticity of the document.
Documents that are often Notarized includes:
General Power of Attorney.
Specific Power of Attorney (in relation to litigation, receiving dues, follow-up on transactions, vehicles, commercial licenses, real estate properties, shares and endorsements of signature).
Declarations (monthly income, no objection certificate for travel, title deed acknowledgement, receipts, waivers).