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UT House Bill 304

Notary Law Update: UT House Bill 304

State: Utah

Summary:

House Bill 304 prohibits the Lieutenant Governor from issuing an Apostille or certification for any document that is improperly notarized if notarization is required, or a document related to a purported government or sovereignty or “in itinere” status that seeks to legitimize the activities of certain individuals known as “freemen” or “sovereign citizens.”

Signed:  March 29, 2010

Effective:  May 12, 2010

Chapter: 333

Affects:

Adopts Section 67-1a-13 of the Utah Code Annotated

Changes:

Prohibits the Lieutenant Governor from authenticating (1) any document that is improperly notarized if notarization is required, or (2) a document related to a purported government or jurisdiction, sovereignty or “in itinere” status (Latin, “on the journey”).

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