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My Notary Public Acceptance Speech

CLERK: You here for your notary?

ME: That’s right.

CLERK: Raise your right hand and repeat the three parts of the pledge on the plastic cahd there on the counter. 835 more words

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All About The Power Of Attorney

Power of attorney is a deed that is given to another person who can work on the givers behalf. However, this deed should only be done by a professional and not by anyone else who is not authorized or does not have the qualification. 154 more words

Where Do You Get Notary Public Training?

I have posted here previously about the need for training to know your limits and your responsibilities as a notary public. So, the question arises, where do you get such training? 490 more words

Business

Power of attorney Canada: proof of service and judgment

A power of attorney is the legal document duly signed by the person who is making another loyal person in charge of all his/her property and business during his/her absence. 189 more words

Notary Public

Significance of a Notary Public in the final act of preparing estate documents

Estate planning documents, such as wills, trusts, powers of attorney and medical directives, regardless of how well‐drafted, must be properly executed to be effective. 147 more words

Wills

PAC-N-SHIP INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING

Pac-N-Ship International Shipping Company is your perfect partner, when you need packing and shipping of documents, box or packages within USA or to International countries. 321 more words

DHL

Declaration Of Independence Never Notarized; America Reverts To British Rule

A British court today ruled that The Declaration of Independence was never properly notarized, meaning that America never legally declared its independence from England.

As a result, on the eve of Independence Day, The United States of America has ceased to exist, and is once again part of Great Britain. 585 more words

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Austin reblogged this on The Return of the Modern Philosopher and commented:

Happy Independence Day! I still can't believe that none of the Founding Fathers was a Notary!