In the normal course of events the seller of a cargo (‘the shipper’) delivers the cargo to the sea carrier at the port of loading, and the sea carrier issues a bill of lading to the shipper.
The shipper then sends the original bill to the buyer of the cargo (‘consignee’).
So, in all types of notary acts, the signer should ideally sign the notary journal, and the date and time when they sign the journal establishes the notarization date.
Please keep in mind that a signing where the signer signs the document at pm and signs the notary journal at am the following day could be dated either day, but I prefer my golden rule of dating the notarization when the journal is signed.
This is a tricky question and a bit vague if you ask me.
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