In execution of a documentary document, a notary certifies that the notary is entitled to execute the notarial deed and that it is not prohibited to execute the notarial deed due to a conflict of interest under Article 304 of the RULONA; met the requirements of certain notarial deeds set out in section 305 and required a personal appearance of the client in accordance with section 306. A notary approved by the State officially recognized to testify to the signatures. In most states, a notary holds his position for four (4) years with a small fee, usually about $100, plus the cost of stamps. This letter can be used to verify employment and proof of address. The employer must complete it and sign it for the notary….