Supreme Court starts allowing online notarization of documents. Find out how to notarize your document online without physically appearing before a notary public.
Published on 16 August 2020 (Updated on 18 October 2020)
The Supreme Court recently released A.M. No. 20-07-04-SC (otherwise known as the “2020 Interim Rules on Remote Notarization of Paper Documents”) (the “Rules”) allowing the remote notarization of documents. The Rules became effective last August 16.
Our Partner Lawyer, the Law Firm of Talampas and Associates, prepared this helpful infographic summarizing the process for remote notarization. In summary, remote notarization is a 4-step process:
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