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TOPIC: May I perform a notarization when I am a party?

May I perform a notarization when I am a party? 5 years 1 month ago #1119

No. If you are a party to the transaction or if you have a financial interest in the transaction, you may NOT be the notary for this transaction. You would not be impartial, and the transaction could be deemed unlawful or unenforceable.
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May I perform a notarization when I am a party? NPU Admin 5 years 1 month ago