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According to Colorado Notary Law, a Commissioned Notary may not:


Notarize any blank document. (C.R.S. 24-21-525(7)).  This means any document with a blank in it that might be filled in after the time of the client’s oath to, or acknowledgment of, that document. This provision does not require blanks to be filled in with specific information. A client may put “Not Applicable,” or “X,” or a line, scribble, or other material in such spaces. A notary may then notarize the document, as long as the blanks no longer remain.  


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