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Types of Documents You Can and Cannot Notarize

Oaths and affirmations An oath and an affirmation are equivalent in the eyes of law. Both attest to the truthfulness of a statement/ document and both can allow the person to be prosecuted for perjury. Both require the notary to read a statement to an ...

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Name Changes and Address Changes, But Which Ones Matter?

It is not a requirement to change your name in Texas, but you must notify the Secretary of State’s office of an address change. Name Change If you choose to change your name, you need to submit the name change application form (which you can obtain ...

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Texas: NPU's Application Turnaround Will Make You Dizzy!

NPU guarantees you will have your notary products and commission in 7 to 10 business days* and can submit your application to the state the same day you send it to us. Submission of your application is one of the easiest tasks you’ll complete all day...

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The Notary Fee Battle

What do you do when a customer balks at your prices? The inevitable, that seems steep! How do you get to that price? Most people are not satisfied with the price of anything, unless it is free (and even then you can find issues with some items and serv...

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What To Do With Your Expired Stamp

My notary commission has expired, now what? For this DIY project, you will need: 1 pair of scissors 1 trash bin 1 notary stamp You have a few options when your Texas notary commission expires. Either, you can renew again for a four-year commission, you...

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