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New Notary Laws

Use this database to find updated Notary laws and regulations in your state or jurisdiction.

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LegislationAug 01, 2023 - Delaware
DE Senate Bill 262 (2022) - Delaware enacts the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts and its provisions authorizing Notaries to notarize for remotely located individuals (remote notarization).

LegislationJul 01, 2023 - Maine
ME House Paper 1503 - Maine becomes the latest state to enact the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts and the forty-first state to enact permanent remote notarization provisions.

LegislationJul 01, 2023 - North Carolina
NC House Bill 776 - North Carolina enacts permanent remote notarization laws, raises the fees Notaries and Electronic Notaries may charge for performing notarial and electronic notarial acts, and authorizes Notaries to for the first time, charge a travel fee.

Rule/Regulation Oct 15, 2022 - Colorado
CO Administrative Rule (2022 -- Interpreters) - The Colorado Secretary of State has adopted a permanent rule permitting interpreters for certain individuals with physical impairments.

LegislationSep 24, 2022 - Arizona
AZ House Bill 2612 - House Bill 2612 removes requirements relating to the character of an applicant for an occupational license, including as a Notary Public.

LegislationSep 24, 2022 - Arizona
AZ House Bill 2645 - House Bill 2645 toughens the penalties and consequences for Notaries Public who fail to comply with the requirement to makes notifications of a lost journal or stamping device.

LegislationAug 01, 2022 - Louisiana
LA House Bill 903 - House Bill 903 clarifies that a remote online notarial act is deemed to be executed in any parish where the Notary is physically located.

LegislationAug 01, 2022 - Louisiana
LA House Bill 39 - House Bill 39 authorizes the superintendent of the Beauregard Parish School Board to appoint up to two employees as ex officio Notaries Public.

LegislationJul 01, 2022 - Colorado
CO Senate Bill 21-199 - Senate Bill 21-199 requires the Secretary of State to verify the lawful presence in the United States of any applicant for a Notary commission by checking certain forms of ID, as specified, or receiving an affidavit from the applicant.

LegislationJul 01, 2022 - Georgia
GA Senate Bill 96 - Senate Bill 96 authorizes Notaries to accept a U.S. Veterans Health Identification Card as satisfactory evidence of identity for a notarial act.

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