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A notary public in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is empowered to perform six distinct official acts: taking an acknowledgment; administering an oath or affirmation; taking a verification on oath or acknowledgment; witnessing or attesting a signature; certifying or attesting a copy or deposition; and noting a protest of a negotiable instrument. A notary is strictly prohibited from giving legal advice or drafting legal documents such as contracts, mortgages, leases, wills, powers of attorney, liens or bonds.
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