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 Re: My last .02 FWIW...about the suggestion to
Posted by  JanetK_CA on 2/5/19 2:03pm

Excellent point, Linda. In fact, it sometimes seems to be the other way around, with attorneys (those with their egos under control) deferring to the notary about some details. Wink [We're supposed to be the experts on this issue anyway, right?!]

I've encountered many attorneys in a variety of situations who referred to a notary certificate as a jurat, even if it was an acknowledgment. Recently, an attorney (a regular client) told me that that's what they were taught in law school. [I should have asked which one... Wink] I'd dismiss it as the attorney not remembering correctly if I hadn't heard the same thing so many times. Notary stuff clearly isn't their major focus!
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