Tag Archives: Notary law

On the Non-Borrowing Spouse

On the Non-Borrowing Spouse by Tim Gatewood I think there’s some confusion over what “the law” requires versus what lenders want. First, each state has state law that spells out who has an ownership interest in the real estate when … 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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I Passed the Notary Law Institute Class and Exam

Earlier this week, I completed the online class in Notary Public Education from the Notary Law Institute and passed their exam with a 100% score. While this is certainly not the toughest class I have ever taken, it did provide … 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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