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Re: In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document
Posted by Linda_H/FL of FL on 1/13/18 4:40pm Msg #588680
Technically, by law, no Witnesses are required on mortgages in Florida. Witnesses are only required on Deeds of conveyance. However that said, various counties throughout the state have impose their own witness requirements.

Check with hiring party and have them make the call whether they're going to require two witnesses. Yes in Florida notary can be one witness as long as the notary is not named in the document or has an interest in the transaction.

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 In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document - Beryl Butler on 1/13/18 4:19pm
 Re: In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document - Linda_H/FL on 1/13/18 4:40pm
 Re: In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document - Beryl Butler on 1/14/18 6:51am
 Re: In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document - Linda_H/FL on 1/14/18 6:53am
 Re: In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document -  Scriba/NM on 1/14/18 3:52pm
 Re: In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document - Beryl Butler on 1/14/18 5:21pm
 Re: In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document - Luckydog on 1/14/18 7:18pm
 Re: In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document - shooterclay on 1/15/18 2:48pm
 Re: In Florida - how many witnesses on the Mortgage Document - Ionut Simon on 2/9/18 7:58pm



 
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