Notary Basics – Part 1
Most bank notaries receive no formal training. This series provides that education!
Learn the things you should do, things you shouldn’t do and how to know the difference, as well as how to handle more complex issues all notaries commonly face.
Most bank notaries receive no formal training in the vital aspects of their roles as commissioned officers of the state. Yet, what the modern notary public does in the war against fraud is critical and requires a high level of skill for the notary to be effective. This webinar provides that training. This session will equip you with the things you should do, the things you should not do and how you can know the difference.
- The three most common types of notarial acts and how to do them
- How to properly identify a client
- The proper handling of the seal and record book
- Notary liability
- The word on notarizing for “customers only”
- Performing quality notarizations (what you should do and how)
- Prohibited acts (what you should not do and why)
- Declinations – when to refuse a notarization
- What to do when a client is not present
- Acts that constitute the unauthorized practice of law
- Where to find additional helpful resources
New accounts and lobby personnel, administrative and executive assistants, managers, supervisors, officers and anyone who is a notary, will become a notary or is a manager of notaries.
Russell T. Cruzan has been a Texas Notary Public for 30 years and has taught notary workshops for 20 years. Russell was formerly a training officer/manager for a $12 billion bank where he specialized in front-line legal and liability issues and acted as a consultant to the bank’s notaries across two states. He is currently an independent teacher, trainer and consultant to notaries that work in the financial services industries across all 50 states. Russell was recognized by the National Notary Association as a 2012 Notary of the Year Honoree.
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Member price: $275.00 | Non member price $550.00
Member price: $295.00 | Non member price $590.00
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