Earlier this week, Governor Cuomo signed Executive Order 202.38, which extended the suspensions and modifications of various laws in New York.  As part of Executive Order 202.38, the Governor extended until July 7, 2020 time during which New York will permit virtual notarization of documents and remote witnessing of written instruments.  We covered the specifics of virtual notarization and remote witnessing of documents in a previous post, which is available here.

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