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Re: Add your own. This 1 is too messed up.
Posted by VT_Syrup of VT on 7/3/24 11:17pm Msg #648776
I agree. The attached certificate will need too much surgery so attach an Oregon short certificate of acknowledgement. Oregon has passed RULONA, just as my state, Vermont, has. The requirements for the SIGNER'S signature are very lenient; a mark or X is good enough. You don't have to follow special procedures unless the signer can't make a mark and directs someone else to sign for him/her.

With a RULONA short certificate, there is no need to say how the signer was identified. No matter whether the notary knows the signer, there was a credible witness, or an ID card, the certificate is the same. And there's no need to mention in the certificate if the signer signed with a mark.
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 OK you smart notaries - what goes in the blank - Mills Mobile Notary Service on 7/3/24 7:27pm
 Re: OK you smart notaries - what goes in the blank - VT_Syrup on 7/3/24 7:33pm
 Re: OK you smart notaries - what goes in the blank - VT_Syrup on 7/3/24 7:34pm
 Re: OK you smart notaries - what goes in the blank - Mills Mobile Notary Service on 7/3/24 7:45pm
 Add your own. This 1 is too messed up. - Lee/AR on 7/3/24 8:30pm
 Re: Add your own. This 1 is too messed up. - VT_Syrup on 7/3/24 11:17pm
 Re: OK you smart notaries - what goes in the blank - Linda_H/FL on 7/3/24 8:25pm
 Apologies...correction to last sentence - Linda_H/FL on 7/3/24 8:27pm
 Good grief!! Look up Signature my MARK....ugh - Linda_H/FL on 7/3/24 8:33pm



 
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