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Answers to Questions Notary Signing Agents Are Asking Today

Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Thursday, July 12, 2012

The expectations of Notary Signing Agents constantly change in response to new regulations and market conditions. As a result of new loan products being offered to borrowers, predatory lending practices, lawsuits involving Notaries and recent Notary legislation, Signing Agents are seeking answers to several burning questions posed to the NNA on its Information Services Hotline, at seminars and the just-completed Annual Conference in San Diego.

This free 60-minute webinar will discuss answers to the questions Signing Agents are asking most frequently today.


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Bill Anderson, NNA V.P. of Best Practices and Legislation, will lead the discussion. Bill is one of the nation's foremost authorities on Signing Agent best practices and trends, and brings to the table his experience in loan signings as a Signing Agent himself.

Topics Covered:

  • May a Signing Agent notarize a postdated deed of trust or mortgage for a HARP loan?
  • May a Signing Agent use a signature/name affidavit to identify a borrower who does not have proper ID?
  • How much Notary errors and omissions insurance do Signing Agents need to carry?
  • Should a Signing Agent sign a form asking for the signature of the “closing agent” or “settlement agent?”
  • Should a non-California Signing Agent complete the California all-purpose acknowledgment certificate with its “penalty of perjury” clause?
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