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Re: When acepting signing
Posted by Laurie Manzanares of CA on 4/20/17 10:56am Msg #573957
Great list of scope of work started here by Buddy!

Might add if Credible Witnesses are involved? Which may fall under Cheryl's #3

I walked into a signing and the man was disabled. Title knew he did not have a current ID so they arrange to have Credible Witnesses. They never told me. This added a lot more time to the signing by having to wait for the witnesses to arrive and additional Journal entries. I was being compensated nicely so I didn't make an issue of it to hiring party. Although it would have been more professional if I was made aware of the circumstances ahead of time. Not to mention possible scheduling issues for the additional time involved with no notification to notary.
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Messages in this Thread
 When acepting signing's n/m - Buddy Young on 4/20/17 12:35am
 Re: When acepting signing - Buddy Young on 4/20/17 12:55am
 Re: When acepting signing -  JanetK_CA on 4/20/17 2:26am
 Other factors -  Cheryl Elliott on 4/20/17 8:12am
 Re: When acepting signing - Laurie Manzanares on 4/20/17 10:56am
 Re: When acepting signing - JkWa on 4/21/17 8:21pm



 
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