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How Much May A Texas Notary Charge For A Notarization?

New Hotline Resized 3How much am I allowed to charge to notarize for a customer in the state of Texas?D.Z., Texas

The maximum fees you may charge are as follows:

  • Acknowledgment or proof, $6.00 for the first signature and $1.00 for each additional signature.
  • Administering an oath or affirmation, with certificate and seal: $6.
  • Providing a copy of a record or paper kept in the Notary’s office: 50 cents per page.
  • Taking a deposition: $6 for the oath, certificate, seal and other business connected with the deposition, plus 50 cents per 100 words.
  • Protesting for nonacceptance or nonpayment, register and seal, $4; each notice of protest, $1; certificate and seal to a protest, $4; protesting in all other cases, $4.
  • Certificate under seal not otherwise provided for: $6.
  • Performing any other lawful notarial act: $6.

Hotline answers are based on the laws in the state where the question originated and may not reflect the laws of other states. If in doubt, always refer to your own state statutes. – The Editors

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Sharon Darden

30 Jul 2018

Want to know how much fee can be charged..

Belinda N. Medina

04 Aug 2018

I need to get a replacement of my notary stamp. my stamp was in my desk and when i needed the stamp i was not able to find it. how do i go about reporting and receiving another

National Notary Association

08 Aug 2018

Hi Belinda. To help us answer your question can you please tell us what state you are commissioned in?

cpbookkeepingandtaxes@gmail.com

29 Mar 2019

HOW MUCH A MOBILE NOTARY CAN CHARGE IN TEXAS FOR THE TRIP?

National Notary Association

29 Mar 2019

Hello. Texas does not provide a fee schedule for travel fees in its Notary statutes.

Bailee

25 Sep 2019

If I live in Texas and notarize 3 acknowledgements for a property sale and deed transfer how much can I charge??

Brittany M Sprague

09 Jan 2020

I am a notary in the state of Texas. When looking at book the fees are listed accordingly. Why is it that UPS or FedEx charges 2 to 3 times the amount for a standard notary signature. Is that the even legal?

National Notary Association

10 Jan 2020

Hello. Notaries must follow the state's maximum fee schedule when charging for notarizations under law, no matter who the Notary's employer is.

william riley

03 Feb 2020

at a ups store i had received numerous signature verifications (4 or 5 trips) and they would not charge me, so i tipped them. this last trip they attempted to charge $6 per signature ($12), is this legal and it appears they exceeded the maximum legal fees. pls contact me 5123459119. the notiary did not inform me of any fee before notiarizing, no sign was displace showing prices.

National Notary Association

05 Feb 2020

Hello. To help us answer your question can you please confirm what state you are located in?

Traci Lee Hill-Duncan

21 May 2020

I got my Notary Public Commission certification for Texas. When will I get my journal and stamp. Will it list the amounts that I can charge for documents?

National Notary Association

27 May 2020

Hello. If you ordered your journal and stamp from the NNA, you can contact our Customer Care team at 1-800-876-6827 or services@nationalnotary.org to ask about the status of your order. The Texas Notary fee schedule can be found here: https://www.sos.state.tx.us/statdoc/edinfo.shtml#FeesPosted

Traci Lee Hill-Duncan

27 May 2020

Can I notarize for a family member?

National Notary Association

27 May 2020

Hello. To make sure we can provide you with the correct information, can you please confirm what state you are commissioned in?

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