|After all my years of making sure the borrower's sign their names " exactly as shown" (not necessarily their signature) in a nice clean manner was totally rejected by the lender. I had to resign the entire package yesterday from the day before. Ex. John Jay Doe Johnson and John Johnson all needs to be his legal "signature" on his DL which consists of JJ scribble-scribble-line-loop-de-loop-slanted-dot of mess of eligible mash of his lazy signature. So they still said that if their is a middle initial or name in there, he should add it, in cursive (not printed)...how do you do that to a mess of a signature anyway? |
So another issue is that they didn't know how to write cursive and they rejected the nice legible printed version as well...I was told years ago by a highly respected SS owner that because I witnessed the signing of their name, it was legal, and had to have a legible signature for recording purposes.
Obviously I was wrong, and times have changed. I own my mistake,I have never had this issue before. I scanned the package and nothing was said at the time from the title company, only the next day form the lender.
So....if they have a legible signature (in cursive) and need to adjust the name they do so? I would say YES
So... if they have a messed up-eligible mess of a signature-, they get a free pass no matter how the docs are stated? (It all looks the same)
What's your thought on this? I am thinking apparently YES if it matches the DL?