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if I lost my title to my car what do I do?

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Apply for a duplicate title at your local motor vehicle office.

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what should the papers look like in order to sell a house in iowa and what papers need to be notarised?

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Make sure that you've got your mortgage information, a copy of the bill of sale from when you purchased your home, a copy of the deed to the property and your property tax information. Any documents related to the loan or the title will need to be notarized....Read More
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How do I file a Quit Claim Deed?

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First, you need a quitclaim form for your state, which you can print out online or acquire from your local recording office. To complete the form, you need the legal name of the person receiving the property (the Grantee), and the full legal property description (found on the original deed). Once it's filled in, get it notarized with a witness, deliver one copy to the Grantee, file another copy with the county recorder's office, pay the Excise tax, and you're done!...Read More

What is a public notary?

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When I added my wife to my retirement account, I had to have my signature witnessed by a Notary Public. The Notary is an agent of the state who certifies that the person signing an important document is actually that person and is signing without duress....Read More
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How do I get a document notarized?

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You can often find a notary at your bank or at a lawyer's office. Shipping stores also usually offer notary services. There are even online and mobile notary services. ...Read More
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