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What to Do With Your Notary Stamp When Your Commission Expires

Every time you renew your commission, you receive a new notary seal. So, what do you do with your old one? Privacy should be your number one priority, as it protects both you and your clients. Even when your commission is expired, it can still be us...

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New Notary Law: Senate Bill 526 passed in Florida.

The changes made in the Senate Bill do not pertain to most notaries. The law changed the requirements for some law enforcement officers. For these officers, personal presence is no longer necessary, as this requirement can now be met through the use ...

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How to Assess Signer Awareness or Coercion

One of your key duties as a notary, while completing a notarial act, involves making a critical assessment whether it is reasonable to believe that the signer is signing the document out of free will. The client should understand the contents of the ...

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Must Speak English to Be a Notary Public

Many people search for education courses or notary materials that are in languages other than English; they are hard to find since understanding English is a requirement of becoming a notary public in Florida. Pursuant to law (1), an applicant must b...

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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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