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 Illinois Notary madee an error or am I wrong?
Posted by Glena/NV on 11/25/04 2:27am

I had to complete a split signing today. Package was mailed from Illinois by the first notary. On the DOT, he did not attach a loose-leaf acknowledgement certificate, nor did he use the certificate that came with it. Instead, he signed on the witness signature area as "His name, for the non-obligor signer's name", then he affixed his seal on the signature page.

I am wondering, don't you IL notaries use notarial certificate as well? There was not notarial wording on that page and he did not handwrite it either. I am not familiar with Illinois ntary law. Any info? TIA.
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