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As a Notary Public I’m moving Up

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As a Notary Public I get to go to many places in New York state. On Long Island it mostly to single family homes or multiple family dwellings. However, when it comes doing Notary or Apostille Certification in New York City I’m moving up.
I was on the 47th floor in one building on 42 St, NYC then I was on the 25th floor in the building of the picture of the elevator buttons

As a Traveling Notary Public all I have to do is push a button to move up!

Alan Murray
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A view from my Notary Public Clients locations

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This is a real person who does not move. I call him the "live" silverman statue
The "live" silverman statue


United States Court
United States Court
Notary Public view from Cornell Hospital
A view from Cornell Hospital
Another view from Cornell Hospital
Another view from Cornell Hospital

Notary & Apostille Service gets to travel all over New York City.  As a  New York State Notary Public I get to visit many locations in Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx and Manhattan.  These are just a few pictures that I have taken.  We offer affordable Traveling (mobile) Notary Public service for your home of office. We also offer our service to expedite the processing of your documents that need an Apostille.

Alan Murray ☺ 

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Do you know a sloppy Notary?

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No I’m not talking about how they look or dress. I’m talking about quality or correctness of their work. I was just going to write about New York Notaries until I received a notarize paper that was stamped by a New Jersey Notary.
So I guess NY state is not alone.

I frequently have to hire other notaries to do work for me that is too far for me to travel or I receive work that a notary has stamped & sent to me for a client.

After observing the quality of work that I am presented with I’ve determined that many notaries need to read their notary manual or go back to school to learn how to do a proper notarization.

On many occasions the notary has only stamped & signed the affidavit. There is No Venue & Jurat, on one document their was no date. One notary stamp even had the incorrect county he was qualified in. I did not find this out until I went to the NYC County Clerk to certify his signature & they could not find his name in their records. A quick check of the Secretary of State database shows that he is qualified in Queens. NY notaries are qualified by where they live not by where they work.

Last week I was standing on line at my local county clerk’s office getting a notary’s signature certified and the county clerk turned away a young lady & told her, she could not accept sloppy notary work. I must have been one of those sign & stamp. Bravo!

Do you know what I’m writing about? They are among us.

Here is a list of thing the County Clerk will reject a Notary Certification for:

  • Missing Venue – the statement and county where the notary administered the oath or acknowledgment is not shown
  • Missing Jurat – the statement that the notary administered the oath or acknowledgment is not shown
  • The Notary Signature is missing
  • Signature of the notary on your document is different then the one on file
  • The Venue is not written in English
  • The Jurat is not written in English

Alan Murray
New York State Notary