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 CA acknowledgement question.
Posted by Susan/CA on 11/24/21 12:14pm

I have been doing loan signings for 21 years. This is the first time I have ever been asked to do this.

Every time I notarize out of state documents I change the state and county at the top of the document in addition to attaching the correct acknowledgment or jurat below if needed. I have a title company demanding I was not supposed to correct the state and city at the top of the page(I changed it to California as the state and Los Angeles as the county) . Is it possible I have been doing this wrong for 21 years? The document was the “Affidavit of Occupancy.” How do you do it?

From the closing team:

—- What was corrected was ABOVE your acknowledgement and is exempt from the statutes. What you changed was the property address information. Las Vegas is NOT in LA County, CA.

Please make the necessary corrections. Again, Since it is not part of your acknowledgement, it does not pertain to the statute, and should not have been corrected. —

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