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CA- Searching for Inactive Notary's Journal (L.A. County)
Posted by Nobody_CA of TX on 3/18/17 12:01pm Msg #572158
Hello Everyone. Have someone that believes their signature was forged in a deed from 15 years ago. I've looked at the person that notarized that signature and it seems their commission lapsed in 2008. Assuming the journals went the L.A. County Recorders office, does anyone have an idea how long the response time is when a search request is mailed to the county office?
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 CA- Searching for Inactive Notary's Journal (L.A. County) - Nobody_CA on 3/18/17 12:01pm
 Re: CA- Searching for Inactive Notary -  Yoli/CA on 3/18/17 12:46pm
 Re: CA- Searching for Inactive Notary - Nobody_CA on 3/18/17 12:54pm
 Re: CA- Searching for Inactive Notary -  JanetK_CA on 3/18/17 5:23pm
 Re: CA- Searching for Inactive Notary -  janCA on 3/18/17 7:25pm
 Found this doing a search about forged deed signatures -  Cheryl Elliott on 3/18/17 9:54pm
 Re: Found this doing a search about forged deed signatures -  VT_Syrup on 3/19/17 11:40am
 Exactly, the notary is exempt, and she just notarized the -  Cheryl Elliott on 3/19/17 6:55pm
 Prosecuting attorney ... - BobbiCT on 3/19/17 8:07am
 I wouldn't doubt that these get destroyed after a few years. n/m -  C. Rivera Chicago Notary Services on 3/19/17 8:32pm



 
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