Do you notarize documents?

The answer depends:

Yes:  If your document WILL NOT subsequently be recorded here in our office, then our Register, Kelly C. Funderburk, will be happy to notarize your documents for you.  (Examples include: motor vehicle titles, out of county land transfers, health care power of attorneys, school/church forms, etc.)

No:  If your document WILL subsequently be recorded here in our office, then Mrs. Funderburk chooses not notarize those documents in order to eliminate any potential conflict of interest. In this case, most attorneys’ offices have notaries and some banks will have notaries available as well.  You can also find notaries in your area by visiting the "Notaries" section of the North Carolina Secretary of State’s website.  Click here for the link to the NCSOS website.  

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1. Who is the “Register of Deeds” and what does the “Register of Deeds Office” do?
2. How do I begin E-Recording with the Davie County Register of Deeds Office?
3. Do you need an appointment to apply for a marriage license?
4. Do you file wills and probate estates?
5. How do I request a certified copy of a birth, death, or marriage certificate?
6. Do you notarize documents?
7. Does your office have blank document forms?
8. What is the telephone number for Davie County Clerk of Court?
9. Does your office close for lunch?