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Notary Applications: Denied or Rejected, What’s the Difference?

No one wants to hear it, but it does happen—your notary application was rejected or denied. They aren’t the same thing, though. Different procedures have to be used for each, and the severity of each differs. Denied When an application is denied, t...

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How to Handle Out of State Documents

Yes, you can complete out of state documents, but there are certain restrictions. Stay in Florida: When you are commissioned as a Florida notary you must complete the notarial act within Florida and adhere to Florida law.* You are limited to completing...

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6 Essentials for a Mobile Notary

Mobile Stamp Our mobile notaries love the mobile notary stamp. It is small and compact—fitting in your pocket. Some prefer the feel and work of the Rectangular Notary Stamp; if you’re throwing that in your purse or carrying case, don’t forget to ...

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Notarizing Handwritten Documents

Handwritten Documents  Majority of the time, people come to notaries with official, typed documents to be notarized, but they may also come to you with handwritten documents. For instance, a permission slip for a field trip or permission from a parent...

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The Loose Certificate Guide: What Is It and How To Use It

A notarial certificate that is attached to the document is called a loose certificate. When there is no notarial wording on the document, you should attach a loose certificate. You can also try to write in the notarial wording on the document itself, ...

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