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Hotline Tip: Performing A Second Notarization On A Revised Document

By NNA Staff on June 08, 2009 - While some clients might think all you have to do is send a new acknowledgment certificate with your stamp and signature, they are wrong.

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Hotline Tip: What Is A Confidential Marriage Certificate?

By NNA Staff on June 08, 2009 - A confidential marriage certificate is a marriage certificate that is not available as a public record.

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Hotline TIp: What Is 'Locus Sigilli'?

By NNA Staff on June 06, 2009 - Some notarial certificates are marked with the initials "L.S." which stands for the Latin phrase "locus sigilli" meaning "location of the seal."

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Hotline Tip: Can Other People Look At My Notary Journal

By NNA Staff on June 01, 2009 - It's your job to keep the contents of your journal from prying eyes because the information is confidential. How do you know when and who you can share this with?

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Hotline Tip: Refusing A Notarization

By NNA Staff on June 01, 2009 - While Notaries are prohibited from refusing a notarization without due cause, there are situations in which you are perfectly justified -- and even legally required -- to say know. What are those circumstances?

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Hotline Tip: What Is The Hague Convention?

By NNA Staff on June 01, 2009 - The Hague Convention Abolishing The Requirement of Legalization (Authentication) for Foreign Public Documents is an international treaty signed by more than 90 nations, including the United States, which makes it easier for notarized documents from one country to be accepted by another.

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