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Attorneys, notaries on the hot seat over foreclosure filings (access required)

A Baltimore judge wants answers about signatures on foreclosure documents, and a Virginia law firm was summoned into court. Tough questions about the origin and authenticity of questionable signatures on foreclosure documents continued for a third consecutive day in Baltimore City Circuit Court Monday, this time with employees of Virginia-based Shapiro & Burson LLP taking the ...

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  1. The Virginia notary statute does not require that a document be signed in front of the notary. It requires that it either be signed in front of him, or that the signer personally appear and acknowledge that the signature on a previously signed document is in fact his. See Va. Code 47.1-2 (definition of “Acknowledgement”)

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