Tag Archives: Notary Journal

Questions for the Tennessee Attorney General

One of the frustrating things about being a Tennessee Notary Public is that there are many questions for which the statutory law and the Tennessee Notary Handbook do not provide answers. So, I have been compiling a list that I … Continue reading

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My Grandmother Can’t Leave Her House

My Grandmother Can’t Leave Her House I had a call recently from a nice young woman and this is what she said “My grandmother can’t leave her house. I want to bring her signed document to you to be notarized.” … Continue reading

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Tennessee Changes Notary Law – Again !

Last year, a new law went into effect in Tennessee that changed the practices of every notary in the state. Under the previous law, a notary journal was only required by statute if the notary was charging a notary fee … Continue reading

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Tennessee Notaries as Employees

Most notaries public became notaries because their employer wanted them to do so. In many cases, the employer paid the costs involved (application fee, insurance & bond, rubber seal stamp), so they believe that they can control what the notary … Continue reading

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Tennesssee Notary Law Has Changed

While I still have some grave concerns about some of the actions taken by the National Notary Association, one thing I truly like about them is their emailed Notary Bulletin, because it brings me news that I would not otherwise … Continue reading

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