SD Senate Bill 141 | NNA
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SD Senate Bill 141

Notary Law Update: SD Senate Bill 141

State: South Dakota

Summary:

Senate Bill 141 permits a Notary’s insertions in an acknowledgment certificate, signature and other items on a real estate document presented for recording to be in blue ink provided the document is predominantly in black ink and the insertions are dark and legible enough to be reproducible.

Signed:  March 26, 2010

Effective:  July 01, 2010

Chapter: 214

Affects:

Amends Section 43-28-23 of the South Dakota Codified Laws

Changes:
  1. Clarifies that any dates, acknowledgment certificates, signatures and other items on a real property document presented for recording may be completed in blue or black ink if the document is predominantly completed in black ink and if the items in blue ink are sufficiently dark to be legible and reproducible using a register of deed’s current method of reproduction.
Analysis:

Clarifies that any dates, acknowledgment certificates, signatures and other items on a real property document presented for recording may be completed in blue or black ink if the document is predominantly completed in black ink and if the items in blue ink are sufficiently dark to be legible and reproducible using a register of deed’s current method of reproduction.

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