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    Bob

    Oct 2013
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    Question about Nevada Quit Claim Deeds

    This question may sound stupid, but does the Nevada BLM or any of the county recorders require the notary stamp to be in purple ink? I only ask this because I just sold a mine through a secondary party and they sent me a Quit Claim Deed to get signed for the BLM and county. I had both notarized at the bank where I always go and sent them back. Now I am being told that the ink that the notary uses must be purple or the BLM and county will not accept the documents. Sounds like a lot of crap to me. Let me know if I am right or wrong.

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    us
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    Oh brother. It sounds like some clerk has a whole lotta time on his/her hands. But nowdays It's certainly not surprising
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    Bob

    Oct 2013
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    I called the Elko County Recorder's office a little earlier today and they told me that they do not care what color ink is used. The only requirement is that the document is an original. I also went to the bank where the notary is and asked about the ink and she said she had never heard anything like that before and that they always have used black ink. This is the same place I have all of my AZ mining paperwork notarized and I have never had a problem with the AZ BLM or Yavapai county. I plan on calling the NV BLM tomorrow to ask them just to be sure. I have no idea where this woman whom I am dealing with came up with the idea of the purple ink.

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    Never heard of a requirement for notary ink. There is a requirement that forms be filled out in black ink~ sometimes referred to as indian blue ink. Weird. Be interesting to know what happens.
    Everyone Believes they have gold buried in the back yard... small wonder so few ever look for it.

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    Bob

    Oct 2013
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    Problem resolved. I am pretty sure that the lady I had been talking too had no clue what she was talking about. They said the check is in the mail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robert2b View Post
    Problem resolved. I am pretty sure that the lady I had been talking too had no clue what she was talking about. They said the check is in the mail.
    Did u tell her her check has to be signed in purple ink? Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by robert2b View Post
    This question may sound stupid, but does the Nevada BLM or any of the county recorders require the notary stamp to be in purple ink? I only ask this because I just sold a mine through a secondary party and they sent me a Quit Claim Deed to get signed for the BLM and county. I had both notarized at the bank where I always go and sent them back. Now I am being told that the ink that the notary uses must be purple or the BLM and county will not accept the documents. Sounds like a lot of crap to me. Let me know if I am right or wrong.
    I would call the BLM office of the county the claim is in , but I have never heard of that or a quick claim for a claim . So maybe I no nothing .

  8. #8

    Jan 2013
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    When I purchased my notary seal 3 years ago I requested purple ink just so they would
    know that it was the original paper work, not a copy. (which they don't like)
    Placed my seal on a photo copy of a quitclaim deed once, & they would not except it. (used
    the purple inked seal) The clerk ran her finger tip over the paper & said that she could not
    'feel the pen marks'.
    I SHOULD HAVE USED MY EXECUTIVE ORDER POWER INSTEAD! ha,ha,ha

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    Notaries use a standard black ink pad, they couldn't give you a purple stamp if they wanted to

  10. #10

    Jan 2013
    Nevada
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    To 37 Others, you are behind on the times. The states Arizona & Nevada notaries have a choise of black or purple
    ink. Most likely some other states also. I can remember red ink many years back, but haven't seen it in a long while.
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