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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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Notary Public Travel Fees

Charging Notary Fees in TEXAS A travel fee is not included in the standard notary fee and should be treated as a separate charge. Unfortunately, sometimes payment can be difficult to receive. Here are our suggestions on how to ensure you are compensate...

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Can My Boss See My Record Book Entries?

You own your notary commission, notary stamp and your record book. Even if your company pays for you to be commissioned, if you leave that position, you are legally bound to bring your notary supplies with you. Although, your notary commission is your ...

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What Not To Do With Foreign Language Notarizations

Texas law does not require you to understand the language that a document you are notarizing is in. This being said, it opens you up to more liability if you are unaware of what the document is actually saying. If you cannot understand the language of...

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Simple Reminder for Texas Notaries

One of the cardinal rules of a notary public is not to notarize any forms for someone that is not in your presence when they sign said forms. Notaries are also not allowed to notarize blank forms. Many times these rules cause issues, and people try to ...

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