Authority to refuse to perform notarial act
(1) A notarial officer may refuse to perform a notarial act if the officer is not satisfied that:
(a) The individual executing the record is competent or has the capacity to execute the record;
(b) The individual’s signature is knowingly and voluntarily made; or
(c) The individual has provided sufficient information or identification credentials necessary to confirm the identity of the individual.
(2) A notarial officer may refuse to perform a notarial act unless refusal is prohibited by law other than this chapter. [2013 c.219 §7]
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