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Business Law

The Role of the Notary Public in Common Law

10th October 2011
A notary public is responsible for overseeing the process of signing of documents between two parties and asks each of them to take an oath of authenticity. Thus a notary public acts as a supervisor. In order to act as an authority for carrying out such ...
Author: Notarizer
Business Law

Notarized Consent to Travel Letter- Things You Must Know

19th September 2011
A notary public renders a lot of significant duties and responsibilities. Providing the letter of consent to travel is considered a major duty of the notary public. He marks the essential documents with his own signature and provides a distinct personaliz...
Author: Notarizer

Using An Interspousal Transfer Deed

30th March 2011
There are times in life when you have to deal with changes. Perhaps you are going through a divorce or getting married and you want to add your spouse to the property title. You may want to remove someone from the title because of bad credit. Whenever you...
Author: robertfogartys
Immigration Law

Do I Need To replace My Green Card If My Name Changes?

23rd February 2011
A Green Card also called the Permanent Resident Card, could be the proof of one's status like a Lawful Permanent Resident which has a proper to stay and work permanently within the United States. By law, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services ...
Author: Al Kola

Do I need to replace my Green Card if my name changes?

11th March 2010
A Green Card also known as the Permanent Resident Card, is the evidence of your status as a Lawful Permanent Resident with a right to live and work permanently in the United States. By law, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS, expe...
Author: Leedir
Copyright & Trademark

How to Patent Your Idea or Invention

08th December 2009
If you have a great, original idea that you believe people would pay for - a process, a product, an invention, a new use for an old device - then you need to take steps to protect it. The road from inspiration to patented invention is simple to explain, a...
Author: Robert Bell

What does a Notary Public do?

16th February 2006
What a notary public does is witness the signing of the documents and ask each party for a sworn oath of authenticity. A notary (or a notary public) is a person legally authorized by a state to administer oaths, take acknowledgments & certify documents. A...
Author: David Simmons