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Texas Governor’s Executive Order: Appearance Before a (Traditional) Notary Public by Videoconference Technology, Specified Document Types Only
- Created: Thursday, 09 April 2020 16:24
Effective April 8, 2020
Remains in effect until terminated by the Office of the Governor or until the March 13, 2020 disaster declaration is lifted or expires.
PLEASE NOTE: The permissions granted under the Governor’s Executive Order apply only if the notarization is for a self-proved will, a durable power of attorney, a medical power of attorney, a directive to physician, or an oath of an executor, administrator or guardian. Notaries asked to officiate as provided in the Executive Order must carefully assess whether the document to be notarized is any of those listed above.
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