ID Administrative Rule (eNotarization) | NNA

ID Administrative Rule (eNotarization)

Notary Law Update: ID Administrative Rule (eNotarization)

State: Idaho

Summary:

Under the Idaho Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (URPERA), standards for implementing eRecording were published effective March 20, 2014.

Signed:  May 07, 2014

Effective:  March 20, 2014

Chapter: N/A

Affects:

Adds new Section 34.06.01 to the Idaho Administrative Code.

Changes:
  1. Provides that a participating recorder that electronically records real property documents is only required to accept electronic documents containing electronic signatures or notarizations that the participating recorder has the technology to support.
  2. Clarifies that a participating recorder electronically records real property documents has no responsibility to authenticate electronic signatures or notarizations.
Analysis:

Under the Idaho Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (URPERA), standards for implementing eRecording were published effective March 20, 2014.

Read the text of the administrative rule.

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