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Re: California online electronic journals
Posted by  Expeditor of CA on 8/8/18 11:56am Msg #596867
Simple. I've been in line at the county clerks office behind a retiring notary that turned in a decade of electronic notarizations. This notary worked in an escrow/title office doing in-house notarizations of real estate transactions. Apparently, she was very busy because she turned in a book carton filled with computer paper, each page having 80 signatures and corresponding fingerprints. County clerk deemed them (the whole box full) unusable due to the lack of forensic ability, the size 10 font, and the freckle sized fingerprints.
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 California online electronic journals - Eva Torres on 8/6/18 1:07pm
 Re: California online electronic journals -  VT_Syrup on 8/6/18 1:32pm
 California online electronic journals - can't support this. -  JanetK_CA on 8/6/18 2:41pm
 I know CA law is different in many ways, but I also believe -  MW/VA on 8/6/18 3:05pm
 Re: I know CA law is different in many ways, but I also believe - Luckydog on 8/6/18 4:47pm
 Re: California online electronic journals - rengel/CA on 8/6/18 5:07pm
 Re: California online electronic journals -  Expeditor on 8/8/18 11:56am
 Re: California online electronic journals -  VT_Syrup on 8/8/18 12:06pm
 If the Co clerk rejected them - rengel/CA on 8/8/18 6:45pm



 
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