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An affidavit is a written statement that can be used as evidence in court. For it to be admissible, it must be notarized by a notary public. The affiant (the person signing the affidavit), will appear before the notary, who will verify their identity. Acquire your document here: https://uslegalforms.sjv.io/c/3928471/1471402/15965
Power of Attorney
A legal document giving one person (the agent or attorney-in-fact) the power to act on another person's (the principal) behalf regarding property, finances, or health depending on the scope of the powers given.
Used to transfer any ownership that someone (the grantor) has in a piece of property to another party (the grantee), without providing a warranty. The grantor does not guarantee there are no other claims to the property in existence. This is the main reason that Quitclaim Deeds are mostly used to transfer property between family members and spouses.
Deed of Trust
A document where the borrower transfers the legal title for its property to a trustee who holds the property in trust as security for the payment of the debt to the lender.
Application for Duplicate Title
If your original title has been lost, damaged, or stolen, and the owner has to apply for a replacement. As goes for most documents on this list, it is a state-by-state case on if this application must be notarized, so check with your state before beginning filling out your application.
A legal document, or trust, created during an individual’s lifetime where a designated person, the trustee, is given responsibility for managing that individual’s assets for the benefit of the eventual beneficiary.
A legally binding document that recognizes and governs the rights and duties of the parties of the agreement. A contract typically involves the exchange of goods, services, money, or promises of any of those. While some states and contracts do not require notarization, it can be very beneficial for the contract to be notarized if potential legal disputes arise between the parties.
Temporary Guardianship Agreement
A document that formally turns over the care of your children to another adult for a specified period of time.
Medical Authorization for Minor
Legal document providing someone other than the parent or legal guardian temporary rights to seek and provide healthcare and healthcare decisions on behalf of their child. This is most commonly utilized by grandparents, daycare providers, babysitters, teachers, coaches, or trusted friends. In addition to medical decisions, through the use of Child Power of Attorney, a parent or guardian can assign other responsibilities such as education powers and everyday caretaker.
Identity Theft Victim’s Complaint and Affidavit
A notarially certified document certifying the person has become a victim of fraud with personal data. The affidavit provides the appropriate information for businesses and creditors, which is necessary in order to prevent or minimize damage from malicious actions.
Bill of Sale
A legal document that records the transfer of ownership of an asset to a second party in exchange for money. Bill of Sale is most commonly used when transferring ownership of automobiles, aircraft, watercraft, and person