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The New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee voted out of committee A-4250 (Downey)/S-2508 (Gopal), which would revise the law regarding notaries and notarial acts and authorizes electronic signatures. The bill – dubbed the remote notary bill – was passed in a temporary form earlier this year to address emergent needs arising from the COVID-19 Executive Orders restricting personal contact. The New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) supported the predecessor bill and generally supports the permanent bill.

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