A digital certificate is an electronic credential used to digitally tamper seal notarized documents. Notaries on the Notarize platform must maintain an x.509 digital certificate, which relies on a public key infrastructure (PKI) to tamper seal notarized documents.
Information within a notarized electronic document that includes the notary's name, jurisdiction, commission number, and commission expiration date (requirements may differ by state).
A connection to the signer or transaction which has the potential to inappropriately influence notarial conduct when completing a notarization.
The third party responsible for certifying and holding documents in electronic or physical form to minimize the risk of theft or loss.
Document Digitization allows organizations to break free from the dead weight of paper-based documentation and streamline their entire system.
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