An offshore company is one that is incorporated, organized, formed, and/or governed outside the jurisdiction where its primary operations take place and where its owners are domiciled. A notarized document is a copy of the document which is certified to be a true copy of the original and signed by one who is a registered Notary Public. This notary public is usually an attorney a lawyer or a justice of the peace. To register offshore company, all the documents must be notarized.
It is important to understand that getting a document notarized only verifies that you are the one signing the document. The purpose of having a document notarized is to prevent fraud or identity theft.
1. Personal Appearance - The document signer is required to be present at the time of notarization.
2. Willingness and Awareness - The Notary may ask the signer some basic questions to establish the signer's willingness, and awareness of the significance of the transaction taking place.
3. Identification - The Notary will check the identification of the signer, enter appropriate information in his/her journal, and verify the signature.
4. Review Document - The Notary will scan the document to check missing information, or blank spaces, and request the signer to complete the document before it can be notarized. A document cannot be notarized if it contains blank spaces.
5. Journal Entry - The Notary will record the transaction in his/her journal, complete the notarial certification, and affix their seal and signature.
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