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Notary Laws

Notary Law Updates By State

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

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LawJul 01, 2018 - Washington
WA Senate Bill 5081 - Senate Bill 5081 enacts the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA), including a new journal requirement.

LawJul 01, 2018 - Colorado
CO Senate Bill 132 - Colorado enacts the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA), effective on July 1, 2018 (see CO Senate Bill 294, which extends the effective date).

LawJul 01, 2018 - Colorado
CO Senate Bill 294 - Senate Bill 294 changes the effective date of Senate Bill 132 (RULONA)

LawJul 01, 2018 - Texas
TX House Bill 1217 - House Bill 1217 allows Notaries to apply for an online Notary commission and perform electronic notarizations by means of audio-video communication.

LawJul 01, 2018 - Nevada
NV Assembly Bill 413 - AB 413 enacts the most substantive online electronic notarization law of any state to date that also includes provisions allowing electronic Notary to notarize electronic wills and other estate-related records.

LawJul 01, 2018 - Idaho
ID House Bill 446 - House Bill 446 creates new seal rules and clarifies certain commissioning provisions.

LawJul 01, 2018 - Indiana
IN House Bill 1303 - House Bill 1303 defines "electronic power of attorney" and requires one to be notarized.

LawJul 01, 2018 - Utah
UT House Bill 8 - House Bill 8 raises the Notary commissioning/examination fees and sets fees for an apostille or certification.

RuleJul 01, 2018 - Colorado
CO Notary Program Rules 2018 - The Colorado Secretary of State has published new Notary rules implementing the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts that take effect July 1, 2018.

LawJul 01, 2018 - Vermont
VT Senate Bill 29 - Senate Bill 29 allows an individual's last will and testament to be self-proved before a Notary or other oath-administering official.

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