For your protection, some states require you to sign the LPOA in the presence of a notary. A notary or Notary Public is a public official that is designated to certify and witness the signing of documents. If the LPOA form that we provided you indicates a notary is required, take the 2 LPOA forms along with your government issued photo ID and sign the form in the presence of the notary. The notary may charge a small fee for this service. Check with your local UPS or Fedex stores, or AAA (membership may be required) to find out if they offer notary services.
Articles in this section
- How do I apply for an auto secured loan?
- What is an auto secured loan?
- Can I apply if my vehicle is jointly owned?
- What is a limited power of attorney?
- What's a notary and where can I find one?
- What documents are required to get an auto secured personal loan?
- What do I need to apply for an auto secured loan?
- Which cars are acceptable to use as collateral?
- Will you take my car if I'm approved for an auto secured loan?
- What does collateral mean?