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“Government Code Section 8206 requires that the notary public’s journal include all the information for ‘each official act.’ Therefore, each act would include the date, time, type of official act, character of Instrument, signature, type of identification, fee and thumbprint (if applicable) on a separate line for each act” See: California Secretary of State Interpretation, Nov. 13, 2009.
There are no actual CA Court cases ruling on 8206, but the Secretary of State
(who controls the notary license) opinion would be precedential weight in court. This should be all that you require in this matter.
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