In certain states, a Notary can certify a Power of Attorney. It is called a California Copy Certification of a Power of Attorney.
You need a specific NNA form for this Notary act.
The certificate form has room for the state, county, date, and a statement.
I certify that the attached document is a true, complete, and unaltered copy of a power of attorney presented to and examined by me on this date by (name of person presenting the document.) Under section 4207 of the California probate code.
Then the Notary should write in his/her name and sign, plus affix their official Notary seal.
People very rarely get this act done, but it is possible.
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