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Do You Know How To Notarize An Attorney-In-Fact Signature?
Posted by PegiT_MN of MN on 2/18/19 12:42pm Msg #603488
You have a closing for Mr. and Mrs. Clem Clarence Kadiddlehopper, and you realize that Mrs. Clara Cecilia Kadiddlehopper has gone out of town with Mrs. Margaret Mae Magillicutty and has given power of attorney to Margaret's son Matthew Maximillion Magillicutty.

On the day of the closing you meet with Clem and Matthew while Mrs. Kadiddlehopper and Mrs. Magillicutty have gone off to visit their dear friend Hattie Hatfield who's daughter Heloise McCoy has recently had a baby and it's a pretty big deal being a Hatfield-McCoy baby and all.

So now that you've got the story straight on all this Kadiddlehopper, Magillicutty, Hatfield, McCoy business . . . and before you ask . . . I do not know the name of the baby . . . but I have heard talk it might very well be named something like Saint Royal HatCoy if it is a boy (yes these modern parents have decided to combine their last names and make up their own new last name erasing all Hatfield-McCoy bad history) and Precious Jewels Ikea Orange Cornflower HatCoy if it is a girl.

So you are finally at the closing table and Mr. Kadiddlehopper signs his name, and Matthew Magillicutty signs as Clara Kadiddlehopper by Matthew Magillicutty her attorney in fact. The big question now is how do you fill in your acknowledgements?

P.S. I seriously had a young couple take their two last names and combine them and make up their own last name. It was on their driver's license but not on any of their loan documents or title documents. Needless to say . . . title went bonkers when I called in from the table . . . and the closing was promptly adjourned until things could be sorted out.
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 Do You Know How To Notarize An Attorney-In-Fact Signature? - PegiT_MN on 2/18/19 12:42pm
 Re: Do You Know How To Notarize An Attorney-In-Fact Signature? - Luckydog on 2/18/19 1:08pm
 Re: Do You Know How To Notarize An Attorney-In-Fact Signature? -  canotaryhere on 2/18/19 1:10pm
 Re: Do You Know How To Notarize An Attorney-In-Fact Signature? - Luckydog on 2/18/19 1:11pm
 Good grief. Depends on state: MN,CA,FL, confusion? n/m -  sigtogo/OR on 2/18/19 1:13pm
 Yes, this is another one that is state specific and varies. n/m -  JanetK_CA on 2/18/19 2:22pm
 That Was Not The Question Janet. - PegiT_MN on 2/18/19 2:55pm
 Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!!! - PegiT_MN on 2/18/19 1:15pm
 Not necessarily. The "capacity" issue is for CA, but not -  MW/VA on 2/19/19 10:40am
 Re: Do You Know How To Notarize An Attorney-In-Fact Signature? - PegiT_MN on 2/18/19 1:13pm
 Re: Do You Know How To Notarize An Attorney-In-Fact Signature? - Luckydog on 2/18/19 1:19pm
 It's usually filled out, but if not it's usually the name of -  MW/VA on 2/19/19 10:42am
 That's what I do Marilynn - Linda_H/FL on 2/20/19 10:00am
 Blah..second name s/b John Smith - forgot to change.. :) n/m - Linda_H/FL on 2/20/19 10:01am
 Statutes determine if representative capacity is shown - jnew on 2/18/19 1:38pm
 Re: Do You Know How To Notarize An Attorney-In-Fact Signature? -  VT_Syrup on 2/18/19 1:53pm
 In one spot I wrote Clara when I should have written Clem. n/m -  VT_Syrup on 2/18/19 1:54pm
 Make that 2 spots. n/m -  VT_Syrup on 2/18/19 2:01pm
 Yes..in FL (and sorry this is so late - have been working) - Linda_H/FL on 2/18/19 4:15pm
 And by law, in Florida, it must be an ack - Linda_H/FL on 2/18/19 4:40pm
 Which is one of the smartest laws around .... - BearPaw/CO on 2/18/19 5:05pm



 
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