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You can notarize lien waivers if the person appears in front of you and signs them and produces photo id for your notary record book.They do have to personally appear and sign it and your book.But if they do it is not a problem here under Illinois notary law.You are just attesting to their signature and identification.
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No you are just notarizing it here, they sing voluntarily and you notarize.It is a ministerial act here nothing more.It is not a conflict of interest at all.They freely sing it in front of you and you notarize signature, thats it.Nothing wrong with that.
A notary public shall have authority to perform notarial acts throughout the State so
long as the notary resides in the same county in which the notary was commissioned
or, if the notary is a resident of a state bordering Illinois, so long as the notaryʼs principal
place of work or principal place of business is in the same county in Illinois in which
the notary was commissioned.
(Source: P.A. 91-818, eff. 6-13-00.)
This is allowed under the notary rules, it i s not a problem..
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