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41-366. Prohibited conduct; incomplete documents; signatures of relatives

A. An electronic notary public shall not perform an electronic jurat on a document that is incomplete. If an electronic notary public is presented with a document that the electronic notary knows from experience to be incomplete or if the document on its face is incomplete, the electronic notary public shall refuse to perform the jurat.

B. An electronic notary public is an impartial witness and shall not notarize the notary's own signature or the signatures of any person who is related by marriage or adoption.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-366

41-366. Prohibited conduct; incomplete documents; signatures of relatives

A. An electronic notary public shall not perform an electronic jurat on a document that is incomplete. If an electronic notary public is presented with a document that the electronic notary knows from experience to be incomplete or if the document on its face is incomplete, the electronic notary public shall refuse to perform the jurat.

B. An electronic notary public is an impartial witness and shall not notarize the notary's own signature or the signatures of any person who is related by marriage or adoption.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-366

41-366. Prohibited conduct; incomplete documents; signatures of relatives

A. An electronic notary public shall not perform an electronic jurat on a document that is incomplete. If an electronic notary public is presented with a document that the electronic notary knows from experience to be incomplete or if the document on its face is incomplete, the electronic notary public shall refuse to perform the jurat.

B. An electronic notary public is an impartial witness and shall not notarize the notary's own signature or the signatures of any person who is related by marriage or adoption.

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