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UT House Bill 8

Notary Law Update: UT House Bill 8

State: Utah

Summary:

House Bill 8 raises the Notary commissioning/examination fees and sets fees for an apostille or certification.

Signed:  March 21, 2018

Effective:  July 01, 2018

Chapter: TBD

Affects:

House Bill 8 is a budget bill that affects the state budget of Utah for the coming year.

Changes:
  1. Raises the Notary commission/examination fee from $75 to $95.
  2. Raises the fee to retake the examination within 30 days of the first test from $30 to $40.
  3. Sets the following fees for apostilles and authentications: (a) $20 per apostille or certificate of authentication; and (b) $10 per apostille or certificate of authentication for an adoption. 
Analysis:

As part of a larger state budget bill, Notary examination fees will be raised for the coming year. There is a $20 increase in the examination fee and a $10 increase in the retake examination fee. The budget bill set fees for apostilles and certifications issued by the Lieutenant Governor's office on notarized documents destined for other states and countries.

Read the bill text.

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