Duress, although not desired in ANY situation, happens often. Notaries, be aware for what to watch out for. Here is one article* you can turn to for some typical advice as it relates to minimizing your liability during signing, including duress.
This is a Blog Digest of all assignments conducted on Tuesday, March 7, 2017:
Late at night, when the moon is high, sometimes, just sometimes you need a notary public. That was the case for one Greenville, South Carolina resident. The call rang in around 7pm for three documents that need delivery to the SC State Capital of Columbia, SC in the morning, so the need for notarization was
Not that showing a form of identification from a country outside the U.S. is what stumped Sonita Leak, Owner of GreenvilleNotary.com, the fact that the Secretary of State’s office DOES in fact permit us to stamp a document written in another language, for as long as the notarial language is in English, did. We are
A Columbia, South Carolina Pastor and business owner sat with Certified Notary Public Signing Agent and Owner of GreenvilleNotary.com Sonita M. Leak for a lunch ‘power couple of hours’ at Java Jolt, 1099 E. Butler Road, Greenville, South Carolina, 29607. The resident received a full run-through of our duties as signing agents, also receiving 1-on-1 insight about the intricacies
Two acknowledgment forms were completed on behalf of a local resident applying for an Apostille certificate from the Secretary of State in Columbia, SC. The signer contacted GreenvilleNotary.com some time ago, however, the documents were not ready. The documents needing identity matching were an undergraduate degree from Winona University in Minnesota and official transcripts from
A notarization on behalf of two local residents was conducted at the Greenville County Square Offices building located at 301 University Ridge, Greenville, South Carolina 29601. The appearance was made shortly before the Annual Notary Public Information Session on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, presented by the South Carolina Secretary of State’s Office in Columbia, SC.
Yes, Notary Public Lubertha Wiliams from Columbia, South Carolina, You’ve been NOTARIZED! I want to Welcome this AWESOME new connection I met at 301 University Ridge, Greenville County Square, as she was eager and willing to learn exactly what a CNSA does. Well, that, and the fact that she had a Class-Action Lawsuit Claim Form