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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, 2019 - Virginia
VA House Bill 2542 - Allows a parent or guardian to delegate temporary custody of a minor child for 180 days by signing and having notarized a power of attorney.

LawJul 01, 2019 - South Dakota
SD House Bill 1272 - House Bill 1272 enacts remote online notarization provisions for tangible (paper) documents and other provisions affecting Notary seals and notarial acts.

LawJul 01, 2019 - Indiana
IN Senate Bill 380 - Senate Bill 380 allows an individual to create a supportive decision-making agreement that must be notarized.

RuleJul 01, 2019 - Tennessee
TN Emergency Online Notarization Rules - The Tennessee Secretary of State has issued emergency rules to implement online notarization.

LawJul 01, 2019 - Nevada
NV Assembly Bill 482 - AB 482 revises certain requirements for Notaries wanting to perform marriages or a single marriage ceremony.

LawJul 01, 2019 - Vermont
VT House Bill 104 - House Bill 104 provides several clarifications on matters enacted in last years Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts.

LawJul 01, 2019 - Nevada
NV Assembly Bill 275 - Assembly Bill 275 removes the requirement for a Nevada Notary Public to be a U.S. Citizen or a lawfully admitted permanent resident.

LawJun 30, 2019 - Arizona
AZ House Bill 2656 - House Bill 2656 enacts provisions related to the creation of an electronic last will and testament.

LawJun 07, 2019 - West Virginia
WV Senate Bill 669 - Senate Bill 669 enacts provisions authorizing the appointment of commissioners to take acknowledgments on documents by persons residing outside of West Virginia.

LawMay 25, 2019 - Nevada
NV Assembly Bill 280 - Assembly Bill 280 modifies Nevada's document preparation service requirements, including lowering the amount of the cash or surety bond required to be a document preparation service, allowing business entities to file a bond in a sliding scale based on the number of employees and exempting enrolled agents from the definition of document preparation service.

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