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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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LegislationJul 01, 2023 - Nevada
NV Senate Bill 349 - Senate Bill 349 amends Nevada’s statutes for document preparation services, a non-legal service of providing legal documents to individuals.

LegislationJul 01, 2023 - Maine
ME Senate Paper 809 - Senate Paper 809 permits Notaries to use an official stamp on tangible (paper) notarizations and requires one for electronic records that use in-person electronic or remote notarization.

LegislationJul 01, 2023 - Vermont
VT House Bill 227 - House Bill 227 enacts the Uniform Power of Attorney Act (UPOAA), requiring a power of attorney to be acknowledged before a Notary or other officer authorized to take acknowledgments.

LegislationJul 01, 2023 - Florida
FL House Bill 1419 - House Bill 1419 amends the requirements for witnesses to certain instruments affecting the title to or an interest in real property and creates a statutory quitclaim deed form.

LegislationJun 30, 2023 - New York
NY Senate 7561 - In a major change, renewing Notaries in New York state will now file their applications for reappointment with the Secretary of State, not the county clerk.

LegislationJun 28, 2023 - Kentucky
KY Senate Bill 123 - Senate Bill 123 will recognize a notarial act performed outside Kentucky by a Kentucky Notary Pubic under certain circumstances.

LegislationJun 27, 2023 - Massachusetts
MA House Bill 58 - Massachusetts puts in place permanent in-person electronic and remote online notarization statutes.

LegislationJun 20, 2023 - Vermont
VT House Bill 305 - House Bill corrects an incorrect statutory pointer reference in 26 VSA 5361.

LegislationJun 16, 2023 - New Mexico
NM Senate Bill 246 - Senate Bill 246 creates a new term of “automatic notarial officer,” clarifies who these automatic notarial officers are, and the powers and duties these new officers have.

Rule/Regulation Jun 16, 2023 - New Mexico
NM Administrative Rules (2023) - Amended rules adopted by the New Mexico Secretary of State mainly concern the application of several existing laws and rules to "automatic notarial officers" although a couple of the changes apply more broadly to Notaries Public.

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