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Re: In-person deposition guide
Posted by  ikando of OK on 3/13/19 12:32pm Msg #604306
Having worked as a paralegal in law offices, I would guess the job you were called to do may be just the administering the oath as you originally thought. Usually for a deposition, there's a court reporter making a record of the conversation. Oftentimes the court reporter is also a Notary and can administer the oath, but sometimes they aren't, thus the need for an outside Notary.

If it were me, I'd ask what the client wants the Notary to do--just the oath or stay the day.
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 In-person deposition guide -  VT_Syrup on 3/13/19 8:34am
 Re: In-person deposition guide -  ikando on 3/13/19 12:32pm
 Re: In-person deposition guide -  VT_Syrup on 3/13/19 12:55pm
 In-person deposition guide - NewPhoenix on 3/13/19 1:06pm
 From replies, I'd say this is a 'state-specific' thing. - Lee/AR on 3/13/19 3:08pm
 Re: From replies, I -  JanetK_CA on 3/13/19 3:29pm
 I have done oath administrations (swearing in) for video or -  MW/VA on 3/13/19 7:34pm
 Re: I have done oath administrations (swearing in) for video or -  VT_Syrup on 3/13/19 8:19pm
 Re: Telephonic court appearances - FlaNotary2 on 3/14/19 4:56am
 I've done many of those for telephone conferences for FL. -  MW/VA on 3/14/19 5:44pm



 
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