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MS House Bill 606

Notary Law Update: MS House Bill 606

State: Mississippi

Summary:

Mississippi now gives motorists the option of applying for a 4-year or new 8-year license to operate a motor vehicle. All Notaries should be aware that effective October 1, 2011, some Mississippi driver’s licenses presented as satisfactory evidence of identity may be valid for 8 years.

Signed:  March 30, 2011

Effective:  October 01, 2011

Chapter: 468

Affects:

Amends Sections 63-1-5, 63-1-43 and 63-1-47 of the Mississippi Code

Changes:
  1. Permits a person applying for a driver’s license or a renewal license to apply for either a 4-year or 8-year license.
  2. Provides for fees for the new 8-year license.
Analysis:

Mississippi now gives motorists the option of applying for a 4-year or new 8-year license to operate a motor vehicle. All Notaries should be aware that effective October 1, 2011, some Mississippi driver’s licenses presented as satisfactory evidence of identity may be valid for 8 years.

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