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Re: Closing Agent
Posted by whitesatin of CA on 5/13/06 5:34pm Msg #119705
That's funny. I just had this same situation come up today. I had an I.D. verification document that asked for "Closing Agent Name" and "Closing Agent Signature". Knowing that I am NOT a Closing Agent, I called the LO. He said, "You ARE the Closing Agent." I wasn't going to argue with him about it, so I just completed the form and wrote, "Miss Jones, Notary Public" and signed my name and wrote "Notary Public" beneath my signature.

I had one of these a few months ago that I didn't sign because it said "Closing Agent." I got called back on it because I didn't sign. So now, I just call and ask to be sure. It seems like different companies do it differently. They should learn the difference between a Closing Agent and a Notary Public/Signing Agent. If in doubt, call and ask.
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Messages in this Thread
 Closing Agent - SusanJ_CA on 5/12/06 5:11pm
 Re: Closing Agent -  Sylvia_FL on 5/12/06 5:17pm
 Good for you -  MichiganAl on 5/12/06 5:30pm
 Re: Good for you - Calnotary on 5/12/06 6:13pm
 Re: Good for you -  MichiganAl on 5/12/06 8:56pm
 Re: Good for you - JanetK_CA on 5/13/06 1:56am
 Good old Cal., always more difficult than it needs to be. n/m -  MichiganAl on 5/13/06 3:16am
 Re: Good for you - SusanJ_CA on 5/12/06 6:24pm
 Re: Closing Agent - whitesatin on 5/13/06 5:34pm



 
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