Tag Archives: Tennessee Notary

Identifying Married Women

Identifying Married Women There are many issues to consider when it comes to properly identifying anyone who appears before a notary public and asks for their document to be notarized. Does the age on the I.D. match up with the … Continue reading

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A Hospital Signing Incident

I received a call this week from an adult daughter of a man who had recently had a stroke and had been moved to a rehabilitation hospital here in Memphis. She wanted me to come to the rehab hospital to … Continue reading

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Update on Tim’s Notary Books

Generally speaking, when it comes to reference works, you can judge them on 3 things: the topics covered, how well they’re written, and their bibliography. If they deal with the same topics as other books on the same subject, they … 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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