Q: Is my written agreement only legit if it is notarized by the laws of california
A: Not all agreements need to be notarized, usually just signed by the parties.
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A: Generally, there is no requirement that the signatures to an agreement to be notarized. I agree with my colleague, Mr. Minoletti.
A notarized signature simply verifies that the person signing, was who he says he is. All that is needed to make an agreement binding is normally a signature by each party. It does not have to be notarized.
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