This is a discussion on Nice touch! within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Euclidean, Sir, as I previously stated,the notary is simply attesting to the fact that the signature that is on the document(any document) is really you. ...
May 2nd, 2005 06:10 PM
Euclidean, Sir, as I previously stated,the notary is simply attesting to the fact that the signature that is on the document(any document) is really you. They check your ID ,you sign,they compare signatures/names,they sign and stamp. It's that simple. It is actually no buisness of the notary what document that you and they have just signed. If I had something notarized and the notary started making comments about the subject matter of the document I would be offended and have a few words with them. Sir,I feel that if two notary's told you that they had to read the document (know the content)before them before they signed/stamped it, they were WRONG.If I am wrong in this matter I will surley stand corrected. Respectfully----
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