Free On Demand Webinar for Notaries: Sorry Boss… No Can Do!

I’m sure many of you who are notaries have been asked at one time or another to notarize something for a boss or co-worker as a “favor”… I’ve been in that position, where you KNOW it isn’t appropriate OR legal to do the notary but you also don’t want to piss off your boss…. This is a “frequently asked questions” […]

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From NNA: Florida Law Change re Notary

A new law and regulatory amendment could impact you. Senate Bill 112 changed the election ballot term “absentee” to “vote by mail.” With elections coming up soon, it’s important to remember that you may not charge a fee to notarize these ballots.  Minor technical changes and clarifications were made to an administrative rule about Notary electronic signatures, if you perform […]

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From NNA: Is An Expired ID Acceptable For A Notarization?

It wouldn’t be hard to argue that the Notary’s main responsibility is properly identifying signers, but what if a signer presents an expired ID? This is a fairly common occurrence. An elderly signer who doesn’t drive anymore, for example, may only have a long-expired driver’s license. Or some people may simply have overlooked the ID renewal notices from their state […]

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When and How to Complete a Hybrid Notary Certificate

This great article is from the National Notary Association‘s Notary Bulletin: What Is A Hybrid Notary Certificate? A “hybrid” (meaning something of mixed origin) certificate combines two notarial acts — typically an acknowledgment plus a jurat or oath — into one combined certificate. One example of a hybrid certificate is when the signer, who is an officer of a corporation, […]

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