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January 11, 2018

Which Notary act does not require personal appearance of the signer?

Filed under: Notary Acts & Certificates — admin @ 12:03 pm

Most Notaries do not know their Notary acts. They cannot even name them. There is one particular notary act which is allowed in most states which does not require personal appearance of the signer.

This is a proof of execution. The proof of execution allows the signer (the principal) to sign when a subscribing witness is watching them sign. Then the witness appears before the Notary, and swears upon Oath that the principal signed the document in their presence.

Not for use on deeds. Just wanted you guys to know what this is just for your knowledge base.

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  1. Thank you for this is that the name of the act itself? “proof of Execution?

    Comment by Mike Revels — June 14, 2018 @ 2:14 am

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