from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To certify or attest to (the validity of a signature on a document, for example) as a notary public.
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- v. to be witness of the authenticity of a document and its accompanying signatures in one's capacity as notary public
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- v. authenticate as a notary
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Cockerham went with Wilmoth to notarize 58 petition pages June 28, Trodden said.
Both types of families are also choosing to notarize documents to grant relatives or friends legal power to decide what to do with their children--many of them U.S. citizens--if their parents are detained and eventually deported.
The 606-count indictment alleges that the two title officers, Gary Trafford and Gerri Sheppard, directed employees under their supervision to forge their names on foreclosure documents, then notarize the forged signatures, so that it appeared that the pair actually signed the documents.
The suit alleges some employees at the company were required to notarize up to 4,000 foreclosure-related documents a day.
Some undocumented or mixed-status families in Alabama are also choosing to notarize documents to grant relatives or friends legal power to decide what to do with their children--many of them U.S. citizens--if their parents are detained and eventually deported.
Then, a small group of notaries at Chase notarize her and others 'signatures on various foreclosure documents (about 18,000 documents a month at Chase Home Finance, LLC).
“I just need to notarize something,” the American says.
They explained that in early 2001, Allen called a Hickam hospital outpatient-records sergeant; represented himself as a colonel; and told the sergeant to list him as a colonel on a computerized benefits form and to print, notarize and mail Eddie a copy of that screen.
“That is twice as much as it costs me to notarize a lengthy chattel mortgage—it's outrageous!”
Within the foreclosure process, the probe examines how mortgage servicers -- firms that collect payments from homeowners with a mortgage -- handled the various affidavits employees were supposed to carefully review, sign and notarize in order to carry out a foreclosure in states that require a court's approval, and how the firms performed the final stages of a foreclosure.