WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF NOTARIZATION?
Are you interested in learning more about the different notarization types? If so, this graphic can provide you more information on the differences between traditional notarization, electronic (IPEN) notarization and remote online notarization.
Remote online notarization is the only means to conduct an act of notarization in a digital capacity using audio/video between two parties (signer and notary). Both traditional and electronic (IPEN) notarizations are required to be in-person.
BENEFITS OF REMOTE ONLINE NOTARIZATION FOR SIGNERS
Maybe there is a pandemic going on. Maybe you cannot leave your home or office for a certain reason. This is a main component as to WHY remote online notarization will become the future of notarization service. All it takes from the signers end is a digital device to set up a time to meet with a registered remote online notary.
The main benefits are:
- Document Availability
- Health & Safety
Remote online notarization is currently legal in 42 states (and counting!) due to all of these reasons, it’s growing in popularity!
Our friends at SIGNiX, experts in the remote online notarization technology field, also have shared this video that explains remote online notarization. It’s a great watch if you have the time.
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