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What is a Notary Bond?

A Notary stamps a document

A notary is a public official who, depending on the state, has the power to acknowledge signatures, administer oaths and affirmations, take depositions and issue subpoenas in lawsuits. Notaries are most commonly used to acknowledge signatures, especially on court papers such as affidavits. To become a notary you must secure a Notary Bond for your commission.

 

StateTermBond Amount
Alabama 4 year term $25,000
Alaska 4 year term $1,000
Arizona 4 year term $25,000
Arkansas 10 year term $7,500
California 4 year term $10,000
District of Columbia 5 year term $2,000
Florida 4 year term $7,500
Hawaii 4 year term $1,000
Idaho 6 year term $10,000
Illinois 4 year term $5,000
Indiana 8 year term $5,000
Kansas 4 year term $7,500
Kentucky 4 year term $1,000
Louisana 5 year term $10,000
Michigan 6-7 year term $10,000
Mississippi 4 year term $5,000
Missouri 4 year term $10,000
Montana 4 year term $10,000
Nebraska 4 year term $15,000
Nevada 4 year term $10,000
New Mexico 4 year term $10,000
North Dakota 6 year term $7,500
Oklahoma 4 year term $1,000
Pennsylvania 4 year term $10,000
South Dakota 6 year term $5,000
Tennessee 4 year term $10,000
Texas 4 year term $10,000
Utah 4 year term $5,000
Vermont 4 year term $25,000
Virginia 4 year term $25,000
Washington 4 year term $10,000
West Virginia 10 year term $10,000
Wisconsin 4 year term $500
Wyoming 4 year term $500

 

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Phone: 1‑844‑432‑6637
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