law: Are you practicing law by drawing a signature line? - 08/01/18 07:39 AM
Are you practicing law by drawing a signature line?
 
As usual my opening ambiguous answer: it depends. Depends on what you are probably thinking. Well IMHO it depends on where that line is to be drawn. I view items to be notarized as consisting of two sections. The document and the notary section, the former is outside of my “sphere of influence. Conversely, the notary section is my domain exclusively.
 
I have a simple policy regarding the document area, I don’t touch it, nada; not at all. If a correction is to be made in the document, the affiant(s) make it, and they … (0 comments)

law: Notaries cannot function as Attorneys - 06/24/18 06:30 PM
Notaries cannot function as Attorneys
“What should I do?” is a common question asked. Usually the client wanting “how should I proceed” type of advice, has a legal or procedural issue to resolve. Notaries are forbidden to engage in the illegal practice of law. Giving “what to do” is considered legal advice. As a http://newyorkmobilenotarypublic.com – my answer is always to consult a lawyer. Sometimes I think I know the solution to their problem – but not having legal training, and not having reviewed their case history – it would be just a guess. And an illegal guess at that.
“What am I … (1 comments)

law: Rogue anti-notary notary lures notaries 2 act "lawyer" with fuzzy job - 02/12/18 07:02 PM
Rogue anti-notary notary lures notaries 2 act "lawyer" with fuzzy job
Do you remember those fuzzy qupee dolls at carnivals?  The ones where you throw the 3 baseballs, knock down 3 dolls and take your pick of the prize. Those dolls were sure mighty fuzzy. Hard as I tried to knock them over the baseball sailed between the dolls “fuzz”. I think the dolls were about a quarter of an inch in substance, the rest was fuzz! On the subject of “fuzz” – let me tell you about my recent “fuzzy” job offer.
First the yet un-named caller speaks at length about the … (0 comments)

 
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