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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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LawSep 26, 2018 - Michigan
MI House Bill 5811 - House Bill 5811 legalizes remote electronic notarization in Michigan and provides rules for performing these notarial acts and for the approval of platforms used to perform them.

LawSep 18, 2018 - Michigan
MI Senate Bill 737 - Senate Bill 737 updates document recording requirements.

RuleAug 19, 2018 - Texas
TX Administrative Rule (2018) - New rules adopted by the Texas Secretary of State modify rules for "traditional" Notaries and add new regulations for online Notaries.

LawAug 15, 2018 - Louisiana
LA House Bill 521 - House Bill 521 authorizes coroners to appoint a deputy coroner or an assistant within their respective offices as ex officio Notaries Public.

RuleAug 13, 2018 - Maryland
MD Notary Fees (2018) - A revised regulation adopted by the Secretary of State allows Notaries to charge as a travel fee the prevailing IRS mileage rate and a fee not to exceed $5.

LawAug 08, 2018 - Colorado
CO House Bill 18-1138 - House Bill 18-1138 makes changes related to oaths and affirmations.

LawAug 03, 2018 - Arizona
AZ House Bill 2155 - House Bill 2155 creates a penalty for Notaries who engage in the unauthorized practice of immigration law.

LawAug 03, 2018 - Arizona
AZ House Bill 2178 - House Bill 2178 makes numerous changes to Arizona's Notary statutes that affect Notary seals, the identification Notaries accept, electronic notarization and translations of documents.

LawJul 14, 2018 - New Hampshire
NH House Bill 1247 - House Bill 1247 allows two Notaries Public to administer an oath of office to certain public officials.

LawJul 14, 2018 - Kentucky
KY House Bill 11 - Kentucky enacts the Uniform Power of Attorney Act (UPOAA), allowing a principal to sign a power of attorney or direct another person to sign the power of attorney in the principal's conscious presence and granting an acknowledged power of attorney a presumption of genuineness.

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