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Texas Notary Public Recordbook Requirements

Texas Notary Public Recordbook Requirements:   As a notary public in the state of Texas, you are probably aware that you are required to keep a recordbook of all notarial acts performed through the duration of your commission. But how much do you know...

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How to Handle a Change of Address in Texas

How to Handle a Change of Address in Texas If you are moving within the state of Texas, you must notify the Secretary of State within 10 days of doing so. To notify them, send a completed Change of Address Form (Form #2302) to: Office of the Secretary ...

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You Changed Your Name: Now What?

How to Handle a Name Change in the State of Texas If you recently changed your name or are considering changing your name in the near future, you may be wondering what that means in regards to your notary commission. Well, in the state of Texas, it doe...

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Texas Notaries What New Stamp Requirement Means for You

TEXAS NOTARIES – What New Stamp Requirement Means for You The Texas notary law that requires a notary seal to contain the notary’s ID number goes into effect on January 1, 2016. We posted about the new law in July 2015 and you can read the...

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Authorized Duties of a Notary Public in TEXAS

What is a Notary Authorized to do in Texas? The duties that a notary public is authorized to perform varies from state to state. As a notary public in Texas, you are permitted to execute 5 different notarial acts under your commission. To avoid future ...

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