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Re: Borrowers signature
Posted by Sylvia_FL of FL on 10/1/09 6:01pm Msg #305865
I have seen a document for the borrowers to sign saying they are responsible for the notary payment if the loan does not go through for any reason (was usually in a Notary Direct package). I always showed it to the borrower, and most times they did not sign it.

I wouldn't sign it if I were the borrower, but I always left it up to them.

The only documents the borrowers should be signing are the ones provided by the lender or title company. As far as I am concerned a signing agency has no right adding forms to the package.
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 Borrowers signature - pat/WA on 10/1/09 5:21pm
 Re: Borrowers signature - Sylvia_FL on 10/1/09 6:01pm
 Re: Borrowers signature -  Brasring_Ca on 10/1/09 6:05pm
 Re: Borrowers signature - pat/WA on 10/1/09 6:44pm
 Re: Borrowers signature -  MW/VA on 10/1/09 6:47pm
 Re: Borrowers signature - JulieD/KS on 10/1/09 7:35pm
 Re: Borrowers signature - Lee/AR on 10/2/09 6:45am
 no DOUBT they don't want form put in pkg! -  ReneeK_MI on 10/2/09 8:58am

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