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Every notary public, except in cases provided in section 359.03, subdivision 3, taking an acknowledgment of an instrument, taking a deposition, administering an oath, or making a notarial protest, shall, immediately following the notary's physical or electronic signature to the jurat or certificate of acknowledgment, endorse the date of the expiration of the commission; such endorsement may be legibly written, stamped, printed upon the instrument, but must be disconnected from the seal, and shall be substantially in the following form: "My commission expires ............, ....." Except in cases provided in section 359.03, subdivision 3, every notary public, in addition to signing the jurat or certificate of acknowledgment, shall, immediately following the signature and immediately preceding the official description, endorse thereon the notary's name with a typewriter, print the same legibly with a stamp, with pen and ink, or affix by electronic means; provided that the failure so to endorse or print the name shall not invalidate any jurat or certificate of acknowledgment.
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