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December 17, 2017


Notary Blog: National Notary Association Bulletin

As a Notary Public for the State of South Carolina, one of my duties is to follow the law of the land, stay abreast of those laws and also to conduct research for new information and opportunities.  As a mentor to other Notaries Public, it is also my duty to inform other Notaries of opportunities

Notary Blog: Neighborly Perks

“If you are purchasing a vehicle in South Carolina and registering it in another, please check that state’s laws in regard to notarization.” While on assignment in Easley, South Carolina, a call rang in regarding a Bill of Sale. Thinking, “This number looks familiar,” I soon knew why. The call was in reference to an

Notary for Durable Power of Attorney | ICU

“Notarizing on behalf of a patient who is under the influence of drugs is a NO – NO!” Early evening on Monday, March 28, 2016, the Granddaughter of a Greenville Memorial Intensive Care Unit patient called into the notary lines regarding a fairly urgent Durable Power of Attorney. Not knowing the outcome of the situation,

Notary for SCDOT Damage Claim Form | GreenvilleNotary.com Headquarters

A local resident whose car was damaged due to a pothole on Highway I-85, called into the GreenvilleNotary.com phone lines at approximately 2:40pm for a State of South Carolina Department of Transportation Damage Claim Form. Although the signing involved just one (1) sheet of paper, it took longer than the normal run-of-the-mill signing because the

New Blog Post: Today, the Notary’s Signature was Notarized!

At approximately 4:15pm, Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak had to visit Wells Fargo Bank, located at 15 S. Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601 to have an Affiant Statement notarized.  The statement was requested by an Attorney-in-Fact who was traveling with documents notarized in South Carolina.  The statement outlined an act by the

Notary Public Assignment: Cancelled Signing – Greenville Memorial Hospital (More)

A Certified Notary Public Signing Agent was called to Greenville Memorial Hospital on behalf of a patient, however, due to competency laws, signing was refused.  Family members, please be aware that if your loved one is deemed incompetent to act on their own behalf, seek legal advice. Signing a document without competence can be seen

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