115 Bradford Square Ste B, Fayetteville, GA 30215



Our Mission Statement:

“To provide affordable quality in home health care services to clients and their families, while maintaining a productive environment that surrounds quality communication, care, and family and client involvement.”

“Things have been going fine especially with my two Aides they do a great job!”

Cheryl B. Lavonia GA

Sanzie Healthcare Services, Inc. Home Care also provides Notary Public Services.

According to the Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority (gsccca.org) Sanzie Healthcare Services, Inc. Home Care have the authority within the State of Georgia to:

notarial services

  • Witness or attest signature or execution of deeds and other written instruments;
  • Take acknowledgments;
  • Administer oaths and affirmations in all matters incidental to their duties as commercial officers and all other oaths and affirmations which are not by law required to be administered by a particular officer;
  • Witness affidavits upon oath or affirmation;
  • Take verifications upon oath or affirmation;
  • Make certified copies, provided that the document presented for copying is an original document and is neither a public record nor a publicly recorded document, certified copies of which are available from an official source other than a notary; and provided that the document was photocopied under supervision of the notary; and
  • Perform such other acts as notaries are authorized to perform by the laws of the State of Georgia.

Bring all your documents needed to be notarized, and Sanzie Healthcare Services, Inc. Home Care will have it notarize for you.

"Attesting" and "attestation" are synonymous and mean the notarial act of witnessing or attesting a signature or execution of a deed or other written instrument, where such notarial act does not involve the taking of an acknowledgment, the administering of an oath or affirmation, the taking of a verification, or the certification of a copy.

"Notarial certificate" means the notary's documentation of a notarial act.

Notary Public Services

Administering Oaths

One official duty of a notary public is to administer oaths and affirmations, which are pledges on a person's honor stating that he is telling the truth and can be held legally accountable for providing false information. Under the law, a person who takes an oath that's later found to contain untrue statements can be penalized for perjury. Oaths are commonly administered during court proceedings and when swearing in public officials for their new role.

Taking Depositions and Affidavits

Depositions and affidavits are the written testimony, or statement of facts, taken by a witness under oath. In most states, it's considered legal to use depositions and affidavits in lieu of live testimony in a courtroom when the witness is unavailable to physically testify. However, because taking depositions and affidavits are a technical skill that requires the use of stenography equipment, only specialized notaries perform these tasks. In addition, attorneys are usually always present during the proceedings.

Maintaining Proper Records

Each state has its own laws regarding which records a notary public must keep. Typically, some type of record book must be maintained on each transaction, and the contents of this book must be open for public record. For example, Texas requires each notary public to detail the date of each item notarized, the date the item was notarized, the name and address of the signer, the means by which the notary verified the signer's identity, whether the notary personally knows the signer, the name and address of the grantee, the name of the original grantee if land is changing hands, and a brief description of what's being notarized.

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