Notary Public Underwriters Blog
- Created: Friday, 23 April 2021 11:00
Certain core notarial permissions are uniform across all states, for example the authority of a notary to perform acknowledgement and jurat (verification) notarial acts.
Dig a little bit into state notary laws, however, and differences are immediately apparent.
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