1. What is the primary role of a notary public?
2. Which tool does a notary use to provide an official seal on documents?
3. What should a notary do if they suspect a signatory is under duress?
4. Which document verifies a person's identity for the notary?
5. Which of the following is not typically a duty of a notary?
6. For how long can a notary typically keep their commission, before renewal is needed?
7. Which type of notary act requires the signer to swear or affirm the truthfulness of the contents of a document?
8. In which scenario is a notary not allowed to notarize a document?
9. What does it mean when a document has been 'apostilled'?
10. What is essential for a notary act to be valid?
11. Which of the following is not a type of notary public?
12. In which location is a notary less likely to work?
13. A notary public's journal is intended to...
14. Who commissions (or appoints) notaries public in the United States?
15. What is 'notary misconduct'?
16. What does a 'notarial certificate' indicate?
17. Who is responsible for the contents of a document being notarized?
18. Can a notary public refuse to serve someone?
19. What is the maximum fee a notary can charge for their services?
20. Can a notary public perform notarial acts in any state?
21. Which of the following is a standard feature of a notary seal?
22. In case a notary is uncertain about a signer's mental capacity, what should they do?
23. Which is NOT a valid reason for a notary to decline service?
24. What should a notary do if they make a mistake on the notarial certificate?
25. Can a notary notarize their own documents?
26. What is a thumbprint typically used for in a notary journal?
27. In what case might a notary need to use a credible witness?
28. Which of the following is NOT a common type of notarial act?
29. What is the best way for a notary to confirm the willingness of a signer?
30. A notary's seal and journal should be...
31. What is a notarial protest typically used for?
32. Can a notary charge for travel expenses?
33. What can happen if a notary commits official misconduct?
34. Which of the following is a sign that a document might be fraudulent?
35. What is the difference between a mobile notary and a traditional notary?
36. When can a notary decline an oath administration?
37. A remote online notarization (RON) allows a notary to notarize a document...
38. Which statement about a notary bond is true?
39. Which of the following documents might a notary NOT be authorized to notarize?
40. If asked, is a notary obligated to provide proof of their commission?