- Witness or attest signature or execution of deeds and other written instruments.
- Take acknowledgments
- Administer oaths and affirmations in all matters incidental to their duties as commercial officers and all other oaths and affirmations which are not by law required to be administered by a particular officer.
- Witness affidavits upon oath or affirmation.
- Take verification upon oath or affirmation.
- Make certified copes, provided that the document presented for copying is an original document and is neither a public record nor a publicly recorded document available from an official source other than a notary and provided further that the document was photocopied under supervision of the notary; and
- Such other acts as notaries are authorized to perform by the laws of the State of Georgia.
A “notarial act” means any act that a notary is authorized to perform and includes, attestations, the taking of an acknowledgment, the administration of an oath or affirmation, the taking of a verification upon oath or affirmation, and the certification of a copy.
“Attesting” and “attestation” mean the notarial act of witnessing or attesting a signature or execution of a deed or other written instrument, where such notarial act does not involve the taking of an acknowledgment, the administering of an oath or affirmation, the taking of a verification, or the certification of a copy.
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Please contact Chief Deputy Rick Setser at 404-371-2391.