Have you heard the news? The new 2016 Notary Handbook has been released and is the first update in 10 years, replacing the 2006 edition. It is now available for purchase from the UNC School of Government bookstore.
There are at least two great reasons to obtain the new edition:
First, all notaries are required to keep a copy of the most recent manual as a reference guide (NC Gen Stat § 10B-5(b)(7)).
Even without the statute’s requirements, this is a great revision of the previous edition and includes more information on the types of transactions notaries may not participate in, red flags and tips for avoiding trouble situations such as fraudulent schemes and robo-signing dangers, advice on how to deal with difficult situations, and additional legal references not previously included (the pertinent NC Administrative Code sections, for example).
Additionally, this edition is available in the usual printed format, and now is in two E-Book formats if you prefer a more paperless environment.
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