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cassie0627 Posted - 09 Jul 2007 : 10:01:53
I would like to ask LewisH a question about something he posted regarding a federal court case about notaries cannot refuse to do certain acts, as well as further information about a Certificate of Protest. Please respond to me. I'm a new subscriber. Thank you Cassie


Cassie Eleson
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cassie0627 Posted - 14 Jul 2007 : 20:35:54
I found the court case in a previous response from Lewish to another member.

I'm a notary in Hwaii and am looking for information about the proper procedures for utilizing the function of a Certificate of Protest. What are the steps necessary to do it properly? Where can I find the statues or rules about how to use this process? Does is come under the UCC, and if so what sections of the code?

Aloha Cassie
mikah2k Posted - 14 Jul 2007 : 18:52:14
cassie0627,
Just ask your question.

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