Ne Varietur Louisiana Law

Louisiana Promissory Note Ne Varietur, for Identification with Act of Collateral Mortgage
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A promissory note is a written document in which a borrower agrees (promises) to pay back money to a lender according to specified terms. This is an example of an installment promissory note, in which the loan is repaid in fixed installments at regular intervals as specified in the note. This is a secured note, paraphed for identification with an Act of Collateral Mortgage. A paraph is a signature by a notary on the evidence of an obligation, typically a collateral mortgage note, to identify the note with the collateral mortgage securing the note. Paraphing means that the notary signs the note with his official signature, thereby certifying to the notes genuineness. By paraphing the note ne varietur, the notary binds and identifies the note with the act of mortgage.

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