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Notary Bulletin

May 2011

NNA Launches New 'Notary Supervisor Training' Program

The National Notary Association has announced the launch of a new Notary Supervisor Training Program, a course specifically designed for managers, supervisors and employers of Notaries.

Washington State Cracks Down On Notario Fraud

Washington state recently joined the nationwide battle against the growing threat of Notario Publico fraud by passing a new law that prohibits unauthorized individuals from falsely representing themselves as lawyers on immigration issues.

Ombudsmen Help Fight Elder Abuse

If you see signs of elder abuse you might be confused about what to do, or hesitant to report it. In such cases, a good resource to turn to is your local long-term care ombudsman program.

When A Patient Shouldn't Sign

Healthcare Notaries must use extra care when determining if a patient seems fit to sign a document.

Experts: Insurance Is Essential For Notaries

In the frenetic world of business, it’s all too easy to find yourself entangled in a costly lawsuit or other legal issues for which you’re not to blame— which is why leading legal and business experts say coverage such as Errors and Omissions policies for Notaries is an essential safety net for entrepreneurs.

In The Face Of Disaster: Notarizing In Times Of Crisis

When disaster strikes, such as the devastating string of tornadoes that recently ripped through Oklahoma and Alabama, the whereabouts of your notarial equipment is likely to be the last thing on your mind.

Tweeting Away At Conference 2011

This year, we’ll be tweeting coverage from Conference 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada, including highlights from conference panels, awards ceremonies, social events, keynote and other speeches.