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NOTARY POLICY The Willingboro Public Library offers free (limited) Notary Public services for the benefit of the residents of our communities.
Library notaries are scheduled to work during regular hours of operation. Notary service is not available in the (15) fifteen minutes prior to the time of library closing. An appointment for Notary service is required as notaries are not always immediately available. Please call ahead to schedule. If our notaries are not available, or if they are not permitted by this policy to notarize your documents, please click here for a list of area notaries.
The guidelines to be followed are: The Notary may ask the person (s) needing service to wait while Notary takes a telephone call, or tends to other Library matters. A valid photo identification is required of any customer seeking Notary service. Notaries cannot pre-date or post-date any action, prepare a legal document, give advice on legal matters, or Notarize documents in which they have a personal interest. The Library will not provide witnesses and witnesses may not be solicited from customers using the library. A witness must (previously) personally know the person needing the service of the Notary. This individual must also provide a valid photo identification. Only documents written in the English language will be accepted for Notarization. Documents written in any other language will not be accepted for notarization by the Library. The information must be clearly written. The Library Notary and the customer requesting Notary service must be able to clearly communicate directly with each other.<. Notaries are not permitted to make use of a translator to communicate from the customer requesting Notary services. Notary service is not available for Deeds, Wills, Power of Attorney, Living Wills, Living Trusts, Codicils or, Depositions. Certain public documents cannot be copied and/or Notarized such as Birth Certificates, Adoption Records and/or Marriage Licenses. Notaries will not provide service if the customer, the document or any circumstances of the request for Notary service raise any issue of authenticity, ambiguity, doubt or uncertainty for the Library.
Should a problem appear/occur, the Willingboro Public Library notary may at his/her sole discretion, decline to provide Notary service. Approval WPL Board of Trustees.