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Should I have the documents notarized?

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Should I have the documents notarized?
Hello again,

What are the documents you will be attaching to the appeal and for what purpose are they being attached?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
some are proof of my condition at the time, emergancy room visit, doctors statement about the prescribed drugs I was on and the effects, etc. Also explanation of "Abuse of proscess"
I see.

For the documents that amount to an affidavit of the facts, one would normally seek to have those notarized.

Copies of medical records or business records would not normally be notarized.

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