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FAQ / I had a call requesting a photocopy of my journal entry. Do I have to comply?


In general, Notary journals are considered public records. However, it is a good idea to require that particular information about any requested entry be provided before showing or copying it. In some states, for example, the requesting party may be required to submit a written request stating the month and year of the notarization, the names of the parties, and the type of document notarized. Once the request has been made, a photocopy of only the line item entry requested is given.

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