What would constitute a direct or pecuniary interest?
ANSWER A.) Receiving monetary compensation other than a notary fee, that is contingent upon you notarizing a document.
It is a conflict of interest if a notary public performs notarial acts as:
ANSWER B.) According to the law: “A notarial officer may not perform a notarial act with respect to a record in which the notarial officer or the notarial officer’s spouse has a direct or pecuniary interest”.
What would NOT constitute a conflict of interest?
ANSWER A.) A Pennsylvania notary public is only authorized to perform notarial acts within the borders of the Commonwealth. However, a notary public may perform notarial acts in another jurisdiction if they are authorized by that jurisdiction to do so.
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