Lenore Solis has been a Notary Public in California since September 1987
Amador C. Solis has been a Notary Public in California since March 2012
Lenore Solis is an accredited Notary with the Philippine Consulate in Los Angeles
MAXIMUM NOTARY FEES FOR CALIFORNIA – The fee is set by the California Secretary of State, not the individual Notary. Per California Government Code § 8206,8211 & 8223 Effective January 01, 1994 the fee per signature is as follows:
- Acknowledgment: $15.00 per signature/document
- Jurat: $15.00 per person for oath & certificate
The primary function of the California notaries public is to administer oaths and verify signatures. Notaries can also verify the signature of one person on behalf of another (called a subscribing witness). Notaries can also certify copies, including copies of a power of attorney document. Notaries can issue confidential marriage licenses if they have applied for such authorization from the county clerk of the county having jurisdiction over the marriage license, and have completed the mandatory course of instruction. California notaries can only perform marriage ceremonies if they are also a priest, minister, rabbi or other person authorized to do so under Family Code sections 400 to 402.