Will I have to have an Executor form notarized again if the Notary Public commissioned date has expired?

Expired Notary Public commissioned date.

ANSWER BY MARGARET CROSS-BELIVEAU:

The notary must be current at the time of the notarization.  If it isn’t, then it is the same as it not being notarized.  Sorry, you’ll have to have it done again.

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