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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.

Notary Law Designates Notary legislation that has become law
Notary Regulation Designates a Notary administrative regulation or rule

LawJul  01,  2016  - Hawaii
HI Senate Bill 2910 - Senate Bill 2910 modifies the laws concerning the commissioning and duties of commissioners of deeds in the state of Hawaii.

LawJul  01,  2016  - Washington DC
District of Columbia B 112 - District of Columbia B 112 raises the fees Notaries may charge, at minimum, to $5 per notarial act.

RuleJul  01,  2016  - Washington DC
DC Administrative Rule (Chapter 24) - New final rules comprehensively rewrite most of the District's Notary Public rules, touching on appointment, status changes, recordkeeping and matters related to administrative action taken against the commission of a Notary.

RuleJun  30,  2016  - South Dakota
SD Administrative Rule (2016) - An amended rule adopted by the Secretary of State updates the Notary application and change forms.

LawJun  28,  2016  - Washington
WA Senate Bill 6491 - Senate Bill 6491 prohibits the Secretary of State from issuing an apostille or certification for a notarized document used for certain unlawful purposes.

LawJun  28,  2016  - Delaware
DE House Bill 313 - House Bill 313 allows an unsworn declaration to be made in lieu of a sworn oath to the extent allowed under court rule.

RuleJun  27,  2016  - Florida
FL Administrative Rule (eNotarization 2016) - An amended rule makes a technical change to Florida's administrative rule on the Notary's electronic signature.

LawJun  11,  2016  - West Virginia
WV House Bill 4237 - House Bill 4237 enacts the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act, allowing a parent or guardian to sign and have notarized a power of attorney to temporarily delegate certain custodial powers over a minor child.

LawJun  10,  2016  - Colorado
CO House Bill 1391 - House Bill 1391 defines practices that constitute a deceptive trade practice in an immigration matter.

LawJun  09,  2016  - Louisiana
LA House Bill 602 - House Bill 602 raises the fee for taking the statewide Notary Public examination and for purchasing the study guide for the examination.

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