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Re: Journal Subpoena
Posted by Lee/AR of AR on 5/15/19 4:47pm Msg #606455
Per American Association of Notaries: You must keep your journal(s) during the entire period for which you are a notary public in the state of Texas. Upon resignation or removal from office, the journal must be turned over to the County Clerk's office in which the Notary resides.

That's what it says now. But TX has had changes so it's 'possible' that back in 2010, a journal wasn't required. Good luck.
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 Journal Subpoena - famena on 5/15/19 4:17pm
 Re: Journal Subpoena - Lee/AR on 5/15/19 4:47pm
 Re: Journal Subpoena - Michelle/AL on 5/15/19 10:18pm
 I think you need to find out if a journal was required - Linda_H/FL on 5/16/19 6:54am
 Re: I think you need to find out if a journal was required - Yoli/CA on 5/16/19 7:56am
 Re: I think you need to find out if a journal was required - MikeC/TX on 5/16/19 5:25pm
 OT, but somewhat related question for general knowledge - Lee/AR on 5/16/19 7:45am
 Great Question For The Shoemakers Regarding E&O Policies . . -  PegiT_MN on 5/16/19 9:14am
 Re: Great Question For The Shoemakers Regarding E&O Policies . . -  JanetK_CA on 5/16/19 12:42pm
 Re: OT, but somewhat related question for general knowledge - MikeC/TX on 5/16/19 6:16pm
 Re: OT, but somewhat related question for general knowledge -  JanetK_CA on 5/17/19 12:59am
 Re: Journal Subpoena - Art_FL on 5/16/19 9:29am
 Faema, no reason to panic ... - BobbiCT on 5/17/19 6:36am
 Re: Great Point BobbtCT n/m -  OR on 5/17/19 2:23pm



 
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