Notary Public Underwriters Blog
- Created: Monday, 22 February 2021 16:19
When obtaining and using a record book, notaries generally devote their most careful consideration to "now" matters: choosing a desirable format and design; creating thorough entries; and doing both in compliance with applicable state-specific requirements.
There is, however, an essential "later" component of notarial recordkeeping. Without it, the purpose of recordkeeping is undermined and many Notaries may find they have failed to fully comply with their state laws.
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