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Re: POA
Posted by  Yoli/CA of CA on 7/5/24 10:51pm Msg #648794
What specifically do you mean, David?

If you’re referring to the signing verbiage for a document being signed by an attorney in fact (AIF)(the person named as the agent in a POA), then you use whatever verbiage you’re instructed to use by the receiving party. The notarial certificate is also whatever the receiving party dictates Acknowledgment or Jurat).

If you’re referring to the notarial certificate, you would use the verbiage required by your state. Remember, if you’re notarizing the signature of an AIF, then that would be the name in your cert — that’s the person you identified and that’s who’s appearing before you.

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Messages in this Thread
 POA -  David Everett on 7/5/24 6:44pm
 Re: POA -  Cheryl Elliott on 7/5/24 6:52pm
 Re: POA -  JanetK_CA on 7/5/24 8:09pm
 Re: POA -  Yoli/CA on 7/5/24 10:51pm
 Re: POA - Clem/CA on 7/6/24 9:42am
 Wow...did this thread go off the rails... - Linda_H/FL on 7/6/24 11:19am
 Re: Wow...did this thread go off the rails... -  Yoli/CA on 7/6/24 12:00pm
 Re: POA -  Cheryl Elliott on 7/6/24 4:54pm
 Re: POA - anotaryinva on 7/6/24 8:07pm
 Re: POA -  CPNS2006 on 7/8/24 8:25am
 Re: POA -  Expeditor on 7/11/24 4:01pm
 Re: POA - EJC/LA on 7/13/24 12:11pm
 EJC/LA: are you in Louisiana or Florida or elsewhere? n/m -  Yoli/CA on 7/13/24 12:14pm
 I'm guessing Lousiana n/m -  JanetK_CA on 7/13/24 4:28pm
 Re: POA - EJC/LA on 7/13/24 11:59am



 
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