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Posted - 11/27/2010 :  06:06:46 AM  Show Profile  Visit PWinFL's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Originally posted by Hollyhock

I can't find anything regarding using an AKA on a notary acknowledment.

Though the Washington Notary Law (Chapter 42.44 RCW) does not explicitly identify the use of an AKA (or similar acronym) in the notary certificate, it does specify how a certificate should read when the signer signs in a representative capacity. Many states include the use of aliases (AKA, FKA, NKA, etc.) as representative capacity and therefore would follow the same constructs as shown in section 42.44.100. (You can download a copy of the WA Notary Law, in PDF form, from my website http://tinyurl.com/2ekr4fh.)

It may be to your benefit to check with the WA Secretary of State or the Washington State Department of Licensing for interpretation and guidance concerning what needs to be done.

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Posted - 11/26/2010 :  6:09:40 PM  Show Profile  Visit Hollyhock's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I can't find anything regarding using an AKA on a notary acknowledment.

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