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Re: SOS office says
Posted by JustANotary of CA on 6/11/19 2:20pm Msg #607348
Thanks Janet! If the SOS says extensions are not allowed as ID's that is that.

But on the other issues of using credible witnesses, it really comes down to how the word "difficult" is defined. I do mostly reverse loans & my signers are often in their upper 90's. They would tell you that it is difficult to get out of their chairs ha ha.
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 Driver's License Extension (California) - JustANotary on 6/11/19 1:32pm
 SOS office says 'NO'. -  JanetK_CA on 6/11/19 2:08pm
 Re: SOS office says - JustANotary on 6/11/19 2:20pm
 Re: SOS office says -  JanetK_CA on 6/11/19 2:24pm
 Re: SOS office says - JustANotary on 6/11/19 2:57pm
 it's typically not the lender, but, title that has the - notarydi/CA on 6/11/19 5:24pm
 Re: it -  janCA on 6/12/19 10:08am
 In CA, Ok to use expired ID if issued within 5 yrs. n/m - Yoli/CA on 6/12/19 3:33pm
 Re: In CA, Ok to use expired ID if issued within 5 yrs. - Clem/CA on 6/13/19 8:14pm
 Re: SOS office says -  JanetK_CA on 6/12/19 4:35pm



 
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