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Business Listing   Allstate Insurance Companies - Sales Offices- Bear - Bear, DE - Phone: (302) 395-0740


Business Listing   Postnet - Bear, DE - Phone: (302) 836-9766


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Helpful Definition for: Notaries

Notaries are licensed lawyers who participate in legal matters and concerns.  Notaries in Bear have legal training to perform acts in legal affairs, in particular witnessing signatures on important documents. By and large, the services and responsibilities of notaries would not be the same as those of regular local lawyers in Bear.

The responsibilities of a notary in Bear include:  recording proofs of identity in notarial registers or protocols, taking affidavits and declaring and recording facts, taking an acknowledgment of execution of a document and preparing a certificate of acknowledgment, sealing and signing documents, besides others. YellowPagesGoesGreen lists some of the better known names in the field in Bear. 

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