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Trailblazer: Part I

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Sometimes I wonder how I ever became a notary at all…

Way back in the swinging sixties I responded to an advertisement giving details of a post open to male applicants only. 883 more words


Caveat Emptor - "Buyer Beware"

When a property is subject to “caveat emptor” it means literally – buyer beware. It is possible that the property poses some health or safety risk and the buyer assumes all responsibility for said risks after the transfer of title. 267 more words

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I am now a Certified Notary Signing Agent - again !

I recently rejoined the National Notary Association and took their Certified Notary Signing Agent exam and passed it, as well as their background check. So, I am now qualified (again) as a CNSA and can display the following “badges” as proof of my status. 20 more words


What's the Difference Between an Acknowledgement and a Jurat?

This question can confuse even experienced Notaries. First of all, the Acknowledgment  the document and Jurat are the two most common types of notarization, but are different in purpose. 456 more words

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Axess Law Offers Notary Public Services in Scarborough

A Notary Public

A notary public is a person with the authority from the state to oversee a number of important legal transactions. It is important to note that a notary public is not the same as a licensed attorney, though they perform several tasks that are important. 360 more words

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5 Benefits of Hiring a Permit Expediter

If you are looking to start a construction or renovation project, then you may very well want to consider hiring East of Collins Expediting. The challenge in completing such a project successfully is not only getting blueprints drawn up and finding the right people to take on the construction job, but the process of getting approved for building permits can also be quite time consuming and near impossible. 376 more words


Locked up attorney's failures continue to hurt clients

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Assigned to defend the law, a former attorney was found guilty of breaking it — and in a big way. Even though justice has been served to him, his former clients are still suffering from his failures. 417 more words

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