mharmon
mharmon
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Joined: Jun 6, 2012
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Re: Re: Spam

My guess is that it's all autmated scripts as a result of security flaws in the forum software. phpbb is a bit of a target for that.They have posted h...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: California Notary Public

Do you have a link to the website that lists the requirements for this from the state of Alaska? I know that often when people come to me with explana...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: What would you do with this?

Interesting... I don't know that I would get something like that. Only because I think that the way LZ does things by state, it often leaves notarial ...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Name Not The Same

@ailmar wrote:I alerted him that I would not be able to do it since his name was the one on the document.My question is WHY did you tell him that? Th...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Paperwork for Permits

as long as that employee notary isn't married to your husband That would sure be awkward. 😆

10 years ago
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Re: Re: How to record multiple docs in one session

Let me also add something about journal formats... we can use ANYTHING we want as a journal so long as our records are sequential and we record all of...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: How to record multiple docs in one session

That's a good idea. State law only says that our journals be sequential. There is absolutely no requirement that says we have to use any particular fo...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: How to record multiple docs in one session

The other thing to remember is that if you're doing affidavits (sworn statements) that the affiant must be there, in front of the notary for each and ...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: How to record multiple docs in one session

(Continued....)Now, the downside to what I said above is, of course, is that this document (the meeting notes) wasn't published to all the notaries, n...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: How to record multiple docs in one session

Well, there really is no way around it... and if you're dealing with litigation issues, you'd think you want to absolutely SURE the your notary record...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: ?Journal Entries For Loan Signing?

In California, you're only required to turn in your journals when your commission has lapsed (for any reason) for more than 30 days or if you don't re...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: DS Form 3053 Issuance of a Passport to a Minor under Age

I've dealt with this before, and many times since and even discussed here on the older forums. Here's what I wrote back then... the form has been rede...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Middle Names on Driver's License CA

(because if you don't do that, the Recorder's Office may have issues with the map, in this case, because the name listed in the acknowledgement isn't ...

10 years ago
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Re: Re: Name Not The Same

He did sign, print his name and dated the degree. Yes it was his signature that I was notarizing. He did not ask me to validate the degree. Yeah, I'm ...

10 years ago
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