My company is in New Mexico. I am being asked to sign and have notarized a lien waiver for a job we are doing in Texas.
Can I use a Notary in New Mexico to notarized the Texas lien waiver?
Sep 16, 2020
Yes. Lien waivers (and notarized documents in general) must be notarized by a notary in the state where the document is being executed/signed. Regardless of where the document is eventually being sent or filed. If you are physically located in New Mexico at the time of signing, then the waiver should be signed in front of a New Mexico notary public.
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