Citizen's State Bank of Lankin

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Community Events & Involvement

Sep 24
Sunday September 24th
11AM-3PM
The Park River Bible Camp
Sep 28
Thursday September 28th
10:30AM - 12:30PM
Edinburg Community Center
Oct 8
Sunday October 8th
9:30AM-1PM
Lankin American Legion

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To be the leading bank in the region and in each of the communities we serve by fostering lasting relationships built on trust and integrity and enhancing the value of our communities through a relentless commitment to service.

We are here to serve our customers and communities with innovative financial solutions, user friendly technology and unsurpassed customer service. Here at CSB of Lankin we also believe in 'Giving Back' to our communities.

Notary Public

Need a document witnessed or notarized? CSB has a Notary Public at each one of our locations.
  
Notary fee for our customers is $2.00 and $5.00 for non-customers.  Additional fees may apply.

Below are some helpful tips to consider prior to having your document notarized at any of our bank locations.

  The primary responsibility of our notaries is to verify a document signer's identity prior to notarizing the signature.  A notary public may not notarize a signature unless the notary personally knows, or has satisfactory evidence, that the person whose signature is being notarized is the person described in the document and is the person who is executing the document. There are three ways our notary will verify a signer's identity:
  1.  Personal knowledge – This method does not require any witnesses or identification cards. The notary simply
     has personal knowledge from association with the person, which would establish the person's identity.
  2.  Credible witness – A credible witness is a third person who has personal knowledge of the document
     signer's identity. The credible witness must verify on oath or affirmation the document signer's identity. The
     notary must be able to identify the credible witness by personal knowledge or on the basis of an identification
     card or papers.
  3.  Identification card or papers – This method of verifying a person's identity involves examining the
     photograph, accurate physical description and signature. Requesting two forms of identification can further
     confirm a person's identity. Acceptable forms of identification include a passport, driver's license or
     government-issued identification card which contains the person's signature or a photograph of the person and
     is satisfactory to the notary.

 

 

 A notary may refuse to perform a notarial act if:

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The notary believes that the person whose signature is being notarized is not competent or lacks the capacity
to execute the instrument

If the notary does not believe that the person whose signature is being notarized is executing the instrument
knowingly or voluntarily.

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The document was not personally signed or resigned in presence of the notary public for a verification on oath
or affirmation

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The document was not personally acknowledged in the presence of the notary to allow for the completion of
an acknowledgment.

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Any signature on the document is not an original signature.

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For any other reason unless prohibited by law.

 

Information provided on this page is from the Secretary of State North Dakota and for informational purposes only.  
If you have any questions about notarizing any of your documents please give your local branch a call.