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The notary certificate...
Posted by  Roger_OH of OH on 7/23/11 3:27pm Msg #390868
is YOUR sole domain, and YOUR sole responsibility to comply with state requirements. No title company, lender or anyone else can dictate to you what it contains, or how it's worded.

Think of it a a separate document within the document; the state/county venue determines what court jurisdiction the document would fall under if there is a problem with it. I know of no state that doesn't require the venue on every notary certificate. I add it even if it's preprinted at the top of the document, because it's MY certificate, and it needs the venue to be complete.
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 Adding venue to documents - jnew on 7/23/11 12:06pm
 Re: Adding venue to documents - Lee/AR on 7/23/11 12:17pm
 I always add venue just above the notarial wording if it's -  Linda_H/FL on 7/23/11 12:20pm
 Re: Adding venue to documents - walthtz on 7/23/11 12:21pm
 Re: Adding venue to documents - Linda Juenger on 7/23/11 12:23pm
 The entire Notarial block includes the jurisdiction. n/m -  Susan Fischer on 7/23/11 12:25pm
 What does your state law dictate for a completed -  Susan Fischer on 7/23/11 12:23pm
 Re: Adding venue to documents -  Linda_H/FL on 7/23/11 12:32pm
 Re: Adding venue to documents - jnew on 7/23/11 12:39pm
 The notary certificate... -  Roger_OH on 7/23/11 3:27pm
 Re: Adding venue to documents -  Doris_CO on 7/23/11 3:38pm
 Re: Adding venue to documents -  ikando on 7/23/11 8:22pm

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