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Even when notarizing an out-of-state document, which may have certificates specific to the state where it is being filed, you are still responsible for knowing and following your own jurisdiction’s laws.
For example, in California, as of January 1, 2013, any document that affects real property requires the Notary to obtain the thumbprint of all signers in your Notary journal.
Am I wrong, in this case, and I am bound under the state of California, a state I have never set foot in. Hello Michael, The Minnsota Secretary of State's office does not address this specific issue on their website.
Regarding the use of out-of-state acknowledgment certificates by California Notaries, CC 1189[c] states: “On documents to be filed in another state or jurisdiction of the United States, a California notary public may complete any acknowledgment form as may be required in that other state or jurisdiction on a document, provided the form does not require the notary to determine or certify that the signer holds a particular representative capacity or to make other determinations and certifications not allowed by California law.” If the documents you referenced were filed out of state but had pre-printed notarial wording that met the criteria above, it would be OK to use that pre-printed notarial wording on the document without attaching a loose certificate.
If I am supposed to be attaching a notorial document to these and have not, nothing has been acted on (so far) and I have had no claims against me.
To hear that I might have received bad advice us concerning.
I am now being told this is wrong, and I need to correct it.
Am I not governed under the laws of the state where acknowledgement takes place? No matter what state you are commissioned in, the venue on the notarial certificate indicates where the notarization actually takes place.
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So if you are commissioned and performing a notarial act in the state of Minnesota, the state indicated in the venue should be "Minnesota." I hope this information is helpful. My confusion is with "under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California".