Lottalegal Terms and Conditions and Policy
- Please read this document very carefully!
- This document’s motive is to inform the website visitors about the Lottalegal’s policies regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of Personal Information on our site.
- If you are against or don’t approve of any term or policy mentioned in this document, we humbly suggest you not access or register with any of the Lottalegal’s services.
- If you are using our services, it directly signifies that you approve of our current mentioned terms and conditions provisions.
- We can modify the mentioned terms and conditions anytime if required. Therefore if you use our services, it is suggested that you should stay updated with our terms and conditions.
- If you have any doubt regarding our terms, please contact us at (888) 291-2393 or mail us at [email protected].
The described the terms and conditions are an agreement between Lottalegal (“we,” “us,” and “our”) and you (“you,” “your,” and “User”)or (each a “Party” and collectively, the “Parties”) regarding the use of the services provided on this website. We at Lottalegal connect the user with online notaries commissioned in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware(Temporary), Florida, Georgia(Temporary), Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine(temporary), Maryland Massachusetts(temporary), Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi(Temporary), Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina(Temporary), North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon Pennsylvania, Rhode Island( Temporary), South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. These virtual notaries connect via secured audio-video conferencing with the user to carry out the notarial act.
This Platform is exclusively for;
- Commissioned online notary publics,
- Individuals wishing to notarize the document
- Organizations seeking notary services.
- Individuals acting as Credible witnesses
You must be 18 or above to utilize Lottalegal services.
NOTICE OF ARBITRATION AND CLASS ACTION WAIVER PROVISION:
In case of any dispute concerning you and Lottalegal, we will attempt to resolve the significant issue by BINDING ARBITRATION as per individual capacity.
Therefore under these terms and conditions,
- You will abandon your right to go to court. (Except for issues that you can represent in front of the small claims court)
- The arbitration procedure will be neutral and fair as a court, but you have limited rights as you have in a court. Nevertheless, you will still have a right to a fair hearing in Arbitration, too!
- You also have to abandon your right to act as a Class member, Class representative, or even private attorney in court or Arbitration.
- Only a neutral ARBITRATOR will decide your rights; therefore, no judge or jury will have a say on it.
- The decision of the neutral Arbitrator will be as valid and enforceable as a Court’s judgment.
- The court will have negligible Inspection access to the Arbitrator’s decision.
You can check the American Arbitration Association’s website’s Section 25 of these Terms of Service at adr.org/consumer to understand the Arbitration procedure and its functioning better. You can also call them at (800) 778-7879 in case of any query.
RIGHT TO OPT-OUT OF ARBITRATION AND CLASS ACTION WAIVER PROVISION
No Legal Advice
Modifications to Terms of Service
Clients can review the most updated Terms of service on the website at any point of time. We keep on updating the terms and rights and keep it updated with the modifications required as per the guidelines. We consider it our responsibility for amending the Terms of Service or any part of it that is beneficial for our clients. Your sustained use of or admittance to the Website, or use of any services proffered on the Website, along with the posting of any changes to these Terms of Service signifies the acceptance of those modifications.
Mobile Notarization or Physical Face to Face electronic notarization:
After completing the notarial act, you need to pay for our notarization services.
Our cost for all the notarization sessions is the sum of the following:
- $25 for the notarized signature of the primary Signer
- $12 for the notarized signature of the additional Signer with an extra notary seal
- $6 for the notarized signature of an additional signer that doesn’t need an extra notary seal
- $6 for the additional signature of any of the signers
It should be evident that these charges might vary from state to time as per the allowed set by the applicable state laws. Our notary public will let you know the total payable cost per document.
You don’t need to pay the notary directly as we collect the fee on behalf of our online notaries. You can pay either with a debit card, credit card, or even Paypal. After the completion of the payment, Lottalegal doesn’t store any information. The payment total won’t include any applicable sales tax or other tax charges. If a particular notarial act might demand Lottalegal for remitting such tax to the relevant authority, the notary public must inform us before performing the notarial act. Lottalegal will collect this tax amount from the Signer at the payment time.
In case of any amendment in the payment section, we will notify our online notary public before implementing these changes on our website that might concern the users.
User Setup for Online Notarization Session:
- A Florida identification card
- A Passport issued by the Department of states or other government(acceptable only if stamped by the Immigration Services and the United States Bureau of Citizenship)
- A driver’s license or other ID allows the Signer to drive in the country.
- Veteran health identification card
- An identification card issued by the Immigration Services and the United States Bureau of Citizenship
- Inmate identification card(issued on or after 1991 by the Florida Department of Corrections)
- Inmate identification card(issued by the Bureau of Prisons, United States Department of Justice)
- Sworn or written statement by the identification document providing sworn law enforcement officers.
- Federal government or
- State government
- U.S insular possession