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HB 129 Committee Hearing Tomorrow

Update Posted to Louisiana Notary Association's Legislative News Page House Bill 129, by Representative Paula Davis, would permit a small succession if the estate's gross value is less than $150,000 instead of the current $75,000. This bill is currently scheduled for a hearing tomorrow morning by the House Committee on Civil Law and Procedure. Details on the schedule can be found here: http://www.legis.la.gov/legis/agenda.aspx?m=17907 The complete text of the bill can be found here: http://www.legis.la.gov/legis/ViewDocument.aspx?d=1026973

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Letter to House Committee on Civil Law & Procedure

House Committee on Civil Law and Procedure Committee chairman Mr. Ray Garofalo, R-Chalmette Dear Mr. Garofalo - would you be so kind as to notify me of the date and time House Bill 453 by rep. Neil Abramson will be considered in committee? Regarding House Bill 453 , if I understand the issue correctly, the La. State Bar Association (LSBA) has decided non-lawyer notaries should pay money to help fund the bar association's program to pay attorney fees for people too poor to hire a lawyer, but who need lawyers to help them with civil legal matters. The cause may be a worthy one, but the services the bar association is providing under the program are not within the scope of notary functions in L

Legislative Alert from Louisiana Notary !!!

Get out your checkbook. HB 453 - the bar association's bill to tax notaries to fund attorney fees for people too poor to hire a lawyer. The La. State Bar Association (LSBA) has decided non-lawyer notaries should be taxed to pay attorney fees to lawyers who provide legal services to needy citizens at no charge. House Bill 453 by rep. Neil Abramson (D-New Orleans) was filed at the urging of the Louisiana State Bar Association to require non-lawyer notaries to pay money to help fund the bar association's program to pay attorney fees for people too poor to hire a lawyer but who need lawyers to help them with civil legal matters. For the last two or three years, the bar association has been consi

Bar association files bill to take your money.

Hand over your wallet The La. State Bar Association (LSBA) has decided non-lawyer notaries should be taxed to pay attorney fees to lawyers who provide legal services to needy citizens at no charge. House Bill 453 by rep. Neil Abramson (D-New Orleans) was filed at the urging of the Louisiana State Bar Association to require non-lawyer notaries to pay money to help fund the bar association’s program to pay attorney fees for people too poor to hire a lawyer but who need lawyers to help them with civil legal matters. For the last two or three years, the bar association has been considering ways to help lawyers “effectively compete against notaries.” In 2015, the LSBA president appointed a task f

Notary Publics In Louisiana

Notary Publics in Louisiana, unlike all 49 other States, are CIVIL LAW Notary Publics. Louisiana Notary Publics have training and duties similar to an attorney, and consequently have broad powers normally strictly reserved for lawyers & attorneys. Based upon the French Napoleonic Code, Louisiana's Civil Law System provides for Louisiana Notary Public’s to draft wills, prepare & execute affidavits, acknowledgements, authentic acts and powers of attorney. And, believe it or not, this can present challenges when working with constituents, both inside and outside the state of Louisiana. With the consolidation of local banks and mortgage companies into large multinational chains, many of the do

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