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HI Senate Bill 1327

Notary Law Update: HI Senate Bill 1327

State: Hawaii

Summary:
Senate Bill 1327 makes a technical, nonsubstantive change to HRS 456-17.

Signed:  July 06, 2021

Effective:  July 06, 2021

Chapter: Act No. 2021-230

Affects:
Amends Section 456-17 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes.

Changes:
  1. Inserts numbers to enumerate the fees Notaries may charge for various notarial acts and corrects punctuation.
Analysis:

Senate Bill 1327 is a revisor’s bill. In a revisor’s bill, technical, nonsubstantive changes are made to the statute. Sometimes words and punctuation errors are corrected and in others erroneous citations to other sections of the Hawaii Revised Statutes. In this case, the revisor simply numbered the various fees Notaries may charge for their services and removed a couple of commas in the statute. The bill did not change the fees in any way.

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