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If you need to learn more about your state notary laws, 123notary.com has a page of state contact information for all of the notary public divisions in the U.S.
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Please be adviced that if you live in an attorney state, there are limitations on an non-attorney's rights to conduct loan signings. Georgia completely prohibits any non-attorney notary from doing any loan signings. Here is a list of states with restrictions: Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Massachusetts, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, and West Virginia. Many people previously considered Louisiana as an attorney state but we have been informed that Louisiana is not an attorney state.
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