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What is NOTARIZED DOCUMENT

A document which has been authenticated by the signature of the relevant individual and the signature of the notary public who acts as a witness to the signature. This document is then given the impression of the official notary seal.

TLD Example: Although the affidavit was signed, the clerk would not accept it for filing with the court because it had to it was not a notarized document.

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