A Notary Public is a public officer authorized and empowered within New York State to execute acknowledgments of deeds or writings in order to render them as evidence of the facts therein contained. A Notary Public is also authorized to administer oaths and affirmations, and to take affidavits and depositions. Notaries are commissioned by the Secretary of State after their applications are reviewed and they pass a written examination.
All contractors, subcontractors and suppliers have papers notarized from time to time. So wouldn’t it be that much easier and more convenient to have someone on your staff become a Notary Public? The nominal costs of becoming a Notary Public will more than outweigh the time wasted seeking a Notary Public outside your office each time you need a document notarized. This seminar has been designed to assist clerical personnel to learn the information necessary to successfully pass the Notary Public examination. All registrants will receive a copy of the Secretary of State’s package of information as well as other materials that will help attendees to better understand the office of Notary Public.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR – Kevin Laurilliard graduated from Albany Law School in 1985 where he was a member of the Albany Law Review. He began private practice in 1985 and has concentrated on construction law, bankruptcy law and commercial litigation. Mr. Laurilliard has clerked at the New York State Appellate Division for the Third Department and is currently with the law firm of McNamee Lochner, P.C. For numerous years, he was an adjunct professor at Russell Sage College.
Cost: $60 per person for AGC, NESCA and ECA members
$80 for non-members
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