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Re: Going rate for witness fee...
Posted by  Cheryl Elliott of CA on 6/5/24 1:30pm Msg #648564
With all the moving around to and from Florida, I've had a lot of seller's packages. Florida wants two witnesses, and I can be one. Often, these clients have no acquaintances here as they have just arrives. I have suggested we meet at a local hotel location with a private area to sign documents. The concierge acts as our witness, and there is no fee. But I do not think that $25 is unreasonable to pay someone for their time.
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 Going rate for witness fee... - FeliseSoCal on 6/5/24 12:43pm
 Re: Going rate for witness fee... - Lee/AR on 6/5/24 1:03pm
 Re: Going rate for witness fee... - SteveS/CA on 6/5/24 1:35pm
 Re: Going rate for witness fee... -  Cheryl Elliott on 6/5/24 1:30pm
 Re: Going rate for witness fee... - SReis on 6/5/24 6:23pm
 Re: Going rate for witness fee... -  JanetK_CA on 6/5/24 2:53pm
 Today, a witness will probably want more'n they're paying us n/m - Lee/AR on 6/5/24 4:24pm
 The few times that someone actually does not want to provide - ananotary on 6/5/24 6:28pm
 With today's salaries, this seems a reasonable witness fee n/m - Lee/AR on 6/5/24 6:44pm
 Re: I have paid $25 or $50 depending on the circumstances -  Teresa/FL on 6/5/24 7:38pm
 Re: I have paid $25 or $50 depending on the circumstances - ananotary on 6/6/24 8:39am
 Interesting responses... - FeliseSoCal on 6/6/24 4:34pm
 Re: Interesting responses... - SteveS/CA on 6/6/24 4:42pm

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