Loose Certificate

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Definition of Loose Certificate in the Free Online Notary Dictionary

A Document With Notarial Wording That Is Separate From, And Attached To, The Document Being Notarized. It Is Used When No Wording Is Provided On The Document, When That Provided Wording Does Not Comply With The State's Requirements, When There Is No Room For The Notary Seal On The Document, Or When A Preprinted Certificate Has Already Been Used By Another Notary In The Case Of Multiple Signers.

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