What is a venue in a notarial context?
The venue is a place in a notarial certificate where the state and county (or parish, burrough, or unincorporated city) are documented. This typically appears at or near the top of a Notary certificate or the top of the Notary wording embedded in a document.
State and county of venue
The state and county that should be recorded would be the state and county where the notarization took place and NOT where you reside, and not the county where the notary is commissioned. Sometimes you might not know what county you are in, so please find a way to look it up as this is a legal matter.
Where are venues used?
Venues show up on Notarial certificates (notary certificates) such as Acknowledgments, Jurats, Proof of Execution, etc. The venue is normally left blank and for the Notary Public to fill in. You might see:
State of _______
County of ________
and an “s.s.” somewhere in the venue section as well.
Notary venue symbols
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Two signers on document different venues
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Notarial venue sample
Notary Public venue
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The venue in a notary certificate is
The venue of a notarial certificate
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Venue on a notary
Venue on a notary certificate
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