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Re: First/Worst Signing.
Posted by Blueink_TN of TN on 10/17/20 12:32pmMsg #625464
Unfortunately, your second signing may be a resign of this botched one. (on your dime ) First and foremost, know the notary rules for your state. Study the handbook. As for the loan docs, you are not supposed to explain any of the documents, however, if the borrower has a question, you should be able to point out which document answers the question. Good luck~
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 First/Worst Signing. - Jazmyn Sampson on 10/17/20 11:22am
 Re: First/Worst Signing. - Linda_H/FL on 10/17/20 12:13pm
 Re: First/Worst Signing. - Blueink_TN on 10/17/20 12:32pm
 Re: First/Worst Signing. - Luckydog on 10/17/20 4:33pm
 Re: First/Worst Signing. - Jazmyn Sampson on 10/17/20 7:43pm
 Re: First/Worst Signing. -  JanetK_CA on 10/18/20 12:27am
 Re: First/Worst Signing. -  VT_Syrup on 10/18/20 7:13am
 Re: First/Worst Signing. - Lee/AR on 10/18/20 7:15am
 Re: First/Worst Signing. - Luckydog on 10/18/20 11:53am
 Don't beat yourself up! -  Cheryl Elliott on 10/18/20 1:25pm
 when it refers to "entity" ..... - notarydi/CA on 10/18/20 4:28pm
 Re: when it refers to "entity" ..... - NVLSlady/VA on 10/18/20 5:15pm
 Re: when it refers to "entity" ..... - CopperheadTX on 10/20/20 11:07am
 Re: First/Worst Signing. -  canotaryhere on 10/20/20 6:25pm



 
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