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Notary Public

Remote online notarization

  • 30 minutes
  • 4 US dollars

Service Description

“Electronic signature” is currently being used for the purposes of electronically signing your documents pursuant to Governor Kemp’s Executive Order 04.09.21, entitled “Temporarily Allowing Remote Notarization and Attestation of Documents during the COVID-19 Public Health State of Emergency.”. Chain Breaker Law Firm has guidelines for our notaries, independent contractor, agent, or other representative of our attorney. Or an attorney is observing the execution of these documents either in person or via the real-time audio-video communication technology. As such, the above mentioned representatives may conduct eNotorizations in keeping with Executive Order 04.09.21 and our established guidelines. Standards for E-signatures: E-signatures that comply with the standards below will have the same effect as a signature on a paper tax return or form. Taxpayers and third party representatives must ensure the following requirements for an acceptable e-signature are met: Acceptable Form: An acceptable form of e-signature is one of the following: A typed name within or attached to the electronic document being submitted to CBLF; A scanned or digitized image of a handwritten signature attached to the electronic document; A handwritten signature input on an electronic signature pad; or A handwritten signature, mark, or command input on a display screen by means of a stylus device. Intent to Sign: The e-signature must be executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign and be bound by the document. Association of E-Signature with Document: The e-signature must be associated with or attached to the electronic document being signed in a manner that establishes that the e-signature was applied to a specific electronic document. Authentication of Signature: The e-signature must be capable of verification and there must be a way to identify and authenticate an individual as the signer and source of the electronic document. Preservation of the Integrity of the Document: The e-signature must be linked to its respective electronic document in a way to ensure that the e-signature cannot be excised, copied, or otherwise transferred to falsify an electronic document. After an electronic document has been signed, it must be tamper-proof to ensure that the signature applied to or associated with one document is not applied to or associated with another document.


Contact Details

(470) 309-1441

admin@chainbreakerlaw.com


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