Several years ago I signed a promissory note, but then learned that the promissory note is based on false premises. For example, payment of the debt was to be made after a parcel of land sells, but then I learned that the land in question is timberland and therefore not sellable. Ergo, I will likely never be repaid because the condition imposed on repayment cannot be met. How can I get the promissory note nullified? Would the notary who notarized it be the best person to do it? Reference to a tax declaration (but no number) was made in the promissory note. Should the notary refused to notarize based on Rules of Notarial Practice, Rule IV, SEC. 4. Refusal to Notarize. - A notary public shall not perform any notarial act described in these Rules for any person requesting such an act even if he tenders the appropriate fee specified by these Rules if:
(a) the notary knows or has good reason to believe that the notarial act or transaction is unlawful or immoral
The administrator has disabled public write access.