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License & Permit Bonds 07.12.2019

Michigan Notary Public Bonds

In order to become a notary public in the State of Michigan, you must obtain a $10,000 surety bond and file it with the clerk of the county in which you are seeking to be…
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Michigan Notary Public Bonds
License & Permit Bonds 07.02.2019

Arkansas Notary Public Bonds

Notaries public for the State of Arkansas are recorded and certified by the Business and Commercial (UCC) Services Division of the Arkansas Secretary of State. Notaries in Arkansas are to act as official and unbiased…
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Arkansas Notary Public Bonds
License & Permit Bonds 07.02.2019

Arizona Notary Public Bonds

The Arizona Secretary of State records notary public commissions. In Arizona, notaries are only allowed to perform acknowledgements, jurats, copy certifications, and oaths affirmations. Notaries public in Arizona must be 18 years of age, a…
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Arizona Notary Public Bonds
License & Permit Bonds 07.02.2019

Tennessee Notary Public Bonds

Those who wish to become a notary public in the state of Tennessee have to meet multiple requirements. You have to obtain an application from your county’s clerk, submit the completed application with a fee…
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Tennessee Notary Public Bonds
License & Permit Bonds 07.02.2019

California Notary Public Bonds

To become a notary public in the state of California, there are a few requirements you need to meet. First, you have to be 18 years of age or older. Second, you must be a…
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California Notary Public Bonds
License & Permit Bonds 07.02.2019

Alabama Notary Public Bonds

County probate judges in Alabama appoint and commission Alabama notaries public. The probate judge reports the name, county of residence, date of commission, date of issuance of commission, and date of expiration of commission for…
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Alabama Notary Public Bonds
License & Permit Bonds 07.02.2019

Pennsylvania Notary Public Bonds

Notaries public in Pennsylvania are appointed for four year terms under the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA). To become a notary in Pennsylvania, you have to be 18 years of age, be a…
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Pennsylvania Notary Public Bonds
License & Permit Bonds 06.27.2019

Kentucky Notary Laws Updated

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed a bill into law in the State of Kentucky that allows notarial acts to be done electronically and remotely. This legislation brings Kentucky’s notary laws into step with the Revised…
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Kentucky Notary Laws Updated
Surety Bonds 04.11.2019

Surety Bonds & Starting a Business

So you wake up with a great idea, create a business plan, get backers, and are about to finally start your own business. There’s one thing you may need that you probably don’t know about:…
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Surety Bonds & Starting a Business