Notary Public

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Notary Public

A person legally authorized to witness signatures. Keep in mind that a notary does not certify a document, only witnesses the signature(s).

Certified CSRs

Notary Publics are certified by the Arizona Secretary of State. A majority of GG&D agents are certified. 

Thorough Processing

Our CSR’s witness each step of the notarization to ensure we deliver on our service.

Notary Public

A notary public is a person legally authorized to witness signatures. Keep in mind that a notary does not certify a document, only witnesses the signature(s). GG&D offers services as both a public notary to witness signatures for any non-MVD related documentation as well as services as an MVD Agent to witness signatures on any MVD form. 

Acknowledge Signatures

A notary public may acknowledge signatures on all forms used by the Division. The notary’s commission must be in effect at the time of notarization in order to be considered valid. An individual may appear in person and have their signature acknowledged by a CSR. For CSRs at an ATP, at the time of acknowledgment of the signature must:

  • Legibly sign their full name
  • Indicate they are a Third Party CSR
  • Include the Third Party Provider office number
  • Include the date of acknowledgment

Certain notarized requirements must be met:

  • The date of the notarization must be present and legible
  • The notary’s name and county in which they are commissioned must all be legible
  • The notary’s signature must be present according to the state of issue (if the notary is in question)
  • The notary’s commission expiration date must be legible
  • Be accompanied by a stamp that indicates the words, ‘Notary Public’
  • The name of the county the notary is commissioned in
  • The name of the notary
  • The notary commission expiration date
  • The notary commission number
  • The ink must be a dark (filmable) color
  • Their stamp must be verified according to the state of issue (if the notary is in question)