We are beginning renovations in suite G170, Monday, December 10, 2018, until further notice; therefore, this office will be closed.
If you are coming for a passport or notary, you will go to the State Court Clerk's Office suite 160 on the First Floor
Superior Civil, Criminal and State Civil will be in Deeds and Records suite G150 on the Ground Floor.
Office phone numbers will not change.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience.
WHAT IS A NOTARY PUBLIC?
A notary public is a person of proven integrity appointed by a Clerk of Superior Court to serve the public as an impartial witness in taking acknowledgments, administering oaths, and affirmations, and other acts authorized by law. Notaries are required to follow simple instructions and exercise good judgment and discretion when executing their office.
Notarization does not insure the statements contained in the document are true or accurate. The notary has no obligation to verify a document’s content or to indicate he/she has knowledge of the contents of the document or of the copy certified. Notarization does not legalize or validate a document. A document with errors prior to notarization will contain the same errors afterwards.