This guidance document is advisory in nature but is binding on an agency until amended by such agency. A guidance document does not include internal. Notary Public Log Book (): Brian Scott Bowers: Books. This Notary Public Journal provides Notaries a place to record the important information for each transaction they states require Notaries to.

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Notary Public Log Book

The “Notary Public Journal Logbook” for professional notaries by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform is the nicest notary logbook I have every used. Notary Public Record Book book. Read reviews from world's largest community for readers. Blank Notary LogProduct. The notary must keep only one paper journal at a time, unless some entries are public Chronological, permanently bound book with numbered pages or.

Identification provided as proof of identity; Document signer's printed name; Document signer's signature; and Any other relevant information related to the notarial act. The notary should add a new journal entry for each notarial act performed and the entry should be completed prior to notarizing the document. If the notary is notarizing more than one document for a person, the notary should have a separate journal entry for each document notarized. Although not required by law, a notary journal can protect the notary and document signer from any accusations of wrong doing and it also assists in the prevention of any wrong doing by the notary. Every journal entry is legally presumed to be truthful and it constitutes the notary's personal knowledge of the notarization performed. If a notarized document is lost or altered or if certain facts about the transaction are later challenged, the journal becomes valuable evidence that can both protect the rights of property owners and help notaries defend themselves against false accusations. A notarization is effective, valid and binding on the notary as long as the document on which is appears remains effective and valid.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Notary Public Record Book , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Notary Public Record Book. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Upon resignation or termination, the notary public must have in his or her possession the notary record book, notary seal, and notary commission.

I am moving out of state. What do I do with my notary log? You may need to deposit your notary record books at a specific designation. Is the information in my notary journal public information?

If so, do I have to provide copies of the pages from my notary journal to anyone requesting such copies? However, in some states, the information in a notary record book can only be obtained through a written court order. Learn your state notary laws.

I had a signer refuse to sign my notary journal. Is this a basis for me to refuse to provide notary services? Yes, only if your state notary laws require notaries public to secure in their notary journal the signature of the document signer for whom the notarization was performed.

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A notary public must decline a notarization if the notary cannot meet the requirements of state laws. When I perform a notarial act, what information do I need to record in my notary journal? The state notary law generally details what notarial information is required in a notary record book. I received a letter from an attorney requesting certified copies of records from my notary book.

Is this standard procedure?

The state notary law generally states that the notarial entries in the notary record book are public information. Should I note which identification was used to verify the identity of the signer in my journal?

Some states specifically prohibit their notaries public from recording the identification number in their notary record book.

However, some states legally require their notaries to record in their notary record book what documentation was used to verify the identity of the signer. Is signing in the log book required before notarizing a document?

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The issuance of a summons or subpoena or the administration of an oral oath is not required to be journaled. Only one active journal at a time.

Chronological, permanently bound book with numbered pages or sequentially numbered entries. Attorney-Notaries who are admitted to practice law in any jurisdiction, or a notary that is employed by an attorney and perform notarial duties are exempt from the recordbook requirement.

Notaries that work for a government entity are also not required to maintain a recordbook for notarial acts performed in the course of their employment. Must be a chronological, permanently bound book with numbered pages.

Notary Public Record Book

Notaries should only have one active recordbook at a time. Code Pt. The recordbook must be permanently bound and contain numbered pages. A notary may keep more than one journal at a time.

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