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Welcome to Notarize's Public Document Index! You can find public documents pertinent to San Jose, CA for e-sign or notarization purposes. You can preview the document before deciding to notarize it. We are not lawyers, so always check with your own attorneys, advisors, or document recipients if you have unanswered questions about notarization or digitally notarized documents. It is also your responsibility to confirm the document is the most recently updated version before notarization.
Multiple Agreement for Subdivision in Incorporated City
Development Bond Agreement Form
Environmental Assessment Form
Affidavit of Death of Joint Tenant
Affidavit of Surviving Spouse
Full Reconveyance Form
California Notary Acknowledgement
Affidavit of Death of Trustee
Declaration of Abandonment of Declared Homestead
Affidavit of Uninsured Deed
California Copy Certification of Power of Attorney
Substitution of Trustee Form
Simple Revocable Transfer on Death Deed
Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
Deed of Trust with Assignment of Rents
Notice of Cessation
Notice of Completion
Notice of Nonresponsibility
Partial Reconveyance Form
Preliminary Change of Ownership Report
Memorandum of Option
Release of Claim of Mechanic's Lien
Revocation of Power of Attorney
Request for Notice
Request for Notice of Delinquency
Straight Note with Balloon Payment
Interspousal Transfer Grant Deed
Notice of Termination of Right of First Refusal
Declaration of Domestic Partnership
Claim of Lien
Affidavit for Collection of Personal Property
Corrective Affidavit for Minor Correction
Application for Duplicate or Transfer of Title
Joint Tenancy Grant Deed
Corporation Assignment of Deed of Trust
Trust Transfer Deed
California Proof of Death and Heirship
Affidavit of Death (Terminating Life Estate Interest)
Declaration and Certification of Translation
Lien Satisfied/Legal Owner/Title Holder Release
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What are the acceptable forms of ID that I can use on Notarize?
Acceptable forms of ID include the following photo IDs if valid and unexpired. Your state may have other allowable IDs or may exclude use of some items on this list, so always check:1. U.S. State Issued Driver’s License 2. U.S. State Issued Photo ID 3. U.S. Passport BookU.S. 4. Passport Card 5. Certificate of US citizenship 6. Certificate of Naturalization 7. Foreign Passport 8. Alien Registration Card with Photo 9.Military ID
What if I need to sign my document with another person?
If your document must be signed by more than one person, you have a few options.First, you and your secondary signer can be co-located (in the same room), log into the session with the notary together, on the same device, in order to get your documents notarized. If your document requires two signers and you’re not co-located, both signers may use Notarize by completing separate transactions. Each signer would register for Notarize and upload an unsigned copy of his/her document to the service. When complete, you will have separately notarized documents that you may then submit to your recipient agency or institution.