A notary has one valid issue when working with document signers who are blind.
The question is, does the signer know what the document is that they are signing?
The notary needs to know that they are signing it willingly and deliberately?
Some states require the notary to read the entire document to the signer before the signature is notarized. If it has not been read to the signer, the notary cannot reasonably assume the person’s signature was intentional for the purposes set forth in the document.
Considering the number of documents related to a Real Estate closing a Notary Public may be required to read 100 or more pages to the blind signer as it is the notaries primary duty to know that they are signing it willingly and deliberately?