Notary Public Underwriters Blog
- Created: Thursday, 15 April 2021 12:27
Notaries are solely responsible for ensuring that every notarial certificate completed complies fully with their state’s law and administrative rules. You cannot assume year-in and year-out that your state laws, administrative rules and recommended practices remain static. They can change, subtly or dramatically, but always with the potential to affect something in the way that you perform a notarial act or provide evidence of your act in your notarial certificate.
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- Notary Public Underwriters Celebrates 35 Years of Service
- Alabama: Temporary Authorization of Remote Notarization Under Governor’s Fifth Supplemental State of Emergency Proclamation – Procedures for Consideration
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- Texas Governor’s Executive Order: Appearance Before a (Traditional) Notary Public by Videoconference Technology, Specified Document Types Only
- Nebraska: Emergency Rule, Early Implementation of Online Notary Public Act
- Nebraska: Governor’s Executive Order to Implement the Online Notary Public Act
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- New Alabama Law Changes Marriage Requirements
- Our Sustainability Efforts at Notary Public Underwriters
- All Idaho Notaries Must Use the New Stamp Format Effective October 1, 2018