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"to me known to be"
Posted by lynnyw of WA on 4/20/19 12:46am Msg #605592
I frequently get Notarial Certificates for POA's that use the language 'On this day personally appeared before me, john doe, to me known to be the individual described...."

I do not know the person at all, but actually only have satisfactory evidence that they are the person described in the document from identification provided, so I don't want to notarize with the language they provide. The language they provide indicates, to me, that I 'know' the person from general dealings.

Curious if others notaries see this as a problem and if so how they handle it.



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 "to me known to be" - lynnyw on 4/20/19 12:46am
 Re: "to me known to be" - Lee/AR on 4/20/19 6:01am
 Re: "to me known to be" - Linda_H/FL on 4/20/19 6:18am
 Re: "to me known to be" -  VT_Syrup on 4/20/19 9:28am
 Re: "to me known to be" - Ronnie_WA on 4/20/19 10:25am
 Re: "to me known to be" - Luckydog on 4/20/19 11:07am
 Re: "to me known to be" - MikeC/TX on 4/20/19 6:15pm
 Not sure if I'm comparing apples to oranges ... - BearPaw/CO on 4/21/19 11:23am
 Good topic! "Proven" it is! n/m -  Ernest__CT on 4/22/19 10:20pm



 
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