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Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents
Posted by Osmigo of TX on 7/7/24 7:09pm Msg #648805
Thanks, Randy. I am aware that these other certifications don't have that "made by me" language. However, they also don't have some information that is included in the Texas certifications, such as the date and name of the document. Are these valid certifications in Texas, even with those omissions?
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 Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents - Bella Tarubarova on 7/7/24 4:19pm
 Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents - Randy Reeves on 7/7/24 6:05pm
 Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents - Osmigo on 7/7/24 7:09pm
 Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents -  JanetK_CA on 7/7/24 8:01pm
 Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents -  Yoli/CA on 7/8/24 7:17am
 Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents - VT_Syrup on 7/8/24 10:04am
 Interesting, VT -  Yoli/CA on 7/8/24 10:24am
 Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents - VT_Syrup on 7/8/24 10:20am
 Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents -  Yoli/CA on 7/8/24 10:36am
 Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents -  CPNS2006 on 7/8/24 8:14am
 Re: Texas AAN conflicts with state law re: certifying documents - VT_Syrup on 7/8/24 10:11am



 
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