Wednesday, December 12 &
Friday, December 14, 2012
New law requires additional recordkeeping and limits notarizations for real estate documents.
Join us for this important half-hour webinar explaining new requirements created by California Assembly Bill 2326. Effective January 1, 2013, the new law prohibits proofs of execution for documents affecting real property and requires a journal thumbprint when notarizing these documents. Learn what you need to know to comply with California's new requirements and how to incorporate them into your everyday practices.
Discover the three key features of real estate documents and how to easily identify them.
Learn what common documents are — and are not — considered real estate documents.
Understand why proofs are now prohibited and thumbprints are now required for documents affecting real property.
Ted Elrick is a Notary expert who has served as a Curriculum Developer for the National Notary Association for over six years. He has produced scores of new-law and state-required training courses as well as webinars and NNA Conference workshops. He is responsible for developing, editing and updating the NNA's state Notary Law Primers and, most recently, the U.S. Notary Law Primer. Ted earned his Bachelor's degree in Journalism from West Virginia University. His graduate work was completed at the American Film Institute.