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What is a Power of Attorney?
Notary Certificate Mistakes
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Ten E-mail Habits that Send Wrong Message


One day last fall, my colleague Miguel Morales received an email with a sign-off that was so strange, it has stuck in his mind for the last year. It came from Melissa Geisler, who works in digital sports programming and production at Yahoo. Below Geisler’s title and above her cell phone number was this mystifying quote: “The Bird is equal to or greater than the Word,” attributed to someone named, simply, “scientist.”With this and other strange sign-offs in mind, Miguel suggested I tackle the subject of how best to conclude an email.

How to Negotiate Real Estate

6 Simple Tricks for Winning a Negotiation Stalemate
By Laura Agadoni | February 18, 2015

If you and the potential buyer are at a stalemate regarding price, get creative and start thinking out-of-the-box for a solution.

Learn how you can not only play the negotiation game, but also win.

When my husband and I were buying our first house in Georgia, I cringed at the tough negotiating he was doing, as did our agent. “You sound like a fast-talking big city businessman,” she said to him in her smooth drawl.

What is a Power of Attorney?

What is a Power of Attorney?
by Beverly Rice  Dec 2009

Do any of the following people need to sign a power of attorney?
  • Mr. Jones lives alone, has no close family, and is scheduled for major surgery in a few weeks.
  • Ms. Smith has been diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Adams will be out of the country for the next 6 months but have a house they need to sell.
  • Ms. Davis is single, runs a successful business, and has no medical or economic concerns.

The answer is yes.

Notary Certificate Mistakes

Correcting Certificate Mistakes No Longer Allowed In California
By Michael Lewis on January 22, 2014 in Laws & Regulations


The California Secretary of State’s office issued a statement this month informing Notaries that they are not allowed to correct mistakes on a notarial certificate after a notarization is complete. While most Notaries are diligent in carrying out their duties, they are not immune from occasionally making errors in completing a notarial certificate — such as inserting incorrect dates, misspelling names or writing the wrong county in the venue.

Refinance Affidavit and Deed Errors Prevalent

Deed and Refinance Affidavit (MD) Rejections Hit an All Time High!

With interest rates at their lowest point in years, and a boom in refinancing and purchase loans, common errors are being blamed for the sudden increase of rejected “Deeds” and “Refinance Affidavits (MD)” from County Recorder’s offices all over the country.
“Notaries are so busy these days, they often do not spend the time to check their work for completeness,” said N. Hamilton, servicing department – Irvine. “Often stamps are placed over text or forgotten altogether.

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