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Can a retired attorney without malpractice insurance notarize

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Can a retired attorney without malpractice insurance notarize documents?
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Your Question - Can a retired attorney without malpractice insurance notarize documents?

My Answer - Yes

Explanation - A notary is not required to be a member of the State Bar in order to notarize documents. Additionally, an attorney is not required to carry malpractice insurance

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

You did not answer my question. Can a retired New Jersey attorney notarize a document.

Yes provided the attorney is a notary.

 

A notary is not required to be a member of the State Bar in order to notarize documents. Additionally, an attorney is not required to carry malpractice insurance

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