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UT House Bill 301

Notary Law Update: UT House Bill 301

State: Utah

Summary:

House Bill 301 raises the following fees: commissioning, bond rider, duplicate certificate; and raise fees for authentications of notarial acts.

Signed:  March 22, 2005

Effective:  July 31, 2005

Chapter: 303

Affects:

Amends Utah Code Annotated Section 46-1-20

Changes:
  1. Increases the commissioning fee from $20 to $30.
  2. Increases the fee for a bond rider from $5 to $10.
  3. Increases the fee for a “Notary certification” (authentication) from $10 to $15 and an Apostille from $5 to $10.
  4. Increases the fee for a duplicate certificate to $10.
Analysis:

House Bill 301 raises the following fees: commissioning, bond rider, duplicate certificate; and raise fees for authentications of notarial acts. The increased fees were enacted as part of a supplemental budget bill and, according to Notary Administrator Fran Fish, were unexpected.

Read the bill text.

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