Join  |  Login  |   Cart    

Notary Rotary
Just PoliticsLeisure
Welcome to the Notary Talk General Discussion Forum. Before posting, please read the

Re: Texas notaries
Posted by  JanetK_CA of CA on 3/7/18 8:30pm Msg #590846
If you're not sure what's allowed in Texas, IMO you should go with something that's CA compliant. And here, of course, the answer would be you ABSOLUTELY need notarial verbiage! I wouldn't even consider anything different. In fact, our law says you can only use anything other than a specific CA compliant certificate if it's one "required" by another state. To me, that sounds like, at the very least, some specific verbiage would be necessary before you can legally apply your stamp on anything.
PrevNextReturn to General Discussion    Post a Public Reply to this MessageSend Author a Private Message

Messages in this Thread
 Texas notaries - aanotary on 3/7/18 5:29pm
 Re: Texas notaries -  JanetK_CA on 3/7/18 8:30pm
 Re: Texas notaries - Yoli/CA on 3/7/18 9:04pm
 Re: Texas notaries - HisHughness on 3/8/18 12:38pm
 Re: Texas notaries -  JanetK_CA on 3/8/18 1:20pm
 Re: Texas notaries - aanotary on 3/8/18 1:42pm
 Re: Texas notaries -  JanetK_CA on 3/8/18 2:50pm
 Re: Texas notaries - MikeC/TX on 3/8/18 3:51pm
 what a hoot! n/m -  Cheryl Elliott on 3/9/18 9:27am
 Re: Texas notaries - Moneyman/TX on 3/12/18 4:03am
 Ok, that didn't work, let's try this one :) - Moneyman/TX on 3/12/18 4:07am
 Re: Texas notaries - Gogetit on 3/8/18 5:15pm
 Re: Texas notaries - Gogetit on 3/8/18 5:18pm
 spot on....His Hughness...... - notarydi/CA on 3/8/18 9:43pm
 Re: spot on....His Hughness...... -  Cheryl Elliott on 3/9/18 8:18am
 Re: Texas notaries - Alan Ramos on 3/9/18 12:11pm

Find a Notary   Notary Supplies   Terms   Privacy Statement   Help/FAQ   About   Contact Us   Archive   NRI Insurance Services
Notary Rotary® is a trademark of Notary Rotary, Inc. Copyright © 2002-2018, Notary Rotary, Inc.  All rights reserved.
500 New York Ave, Des Moines, IA 50313.