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Surety Bonds 06.08.2020

New York Temporarily Allows Notaries Use Audio-Video Technology

Amid the current pandemic, states are modifying their rules to better adjust to the temporary work-from-home standard. Per an order dated May 28, 2020, the utilization of audio-visual technology for notarization and witnessing is allowed…
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New York Temporarily Allows Notaries Use Audio-Video Technology
Surety Bonds 06.01.2020

Big Changes in Indiana Notary Requirements

Notaries in the state of Indiana are seeing significant changes to the processes of continuing their professional status. Beginning July 1st, all notaries must complete a continuing education course every two years during their eight-year…
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Big Changes in Indiana Notary Requirements
Surety Bonds 05.05.2020

Massachusetts Signs Remote Notarization Bill

On Monday, Governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker signed off on a new coronavirus rule that lets notaries witness signatures over video conferencing. According to the novel law, notary publics are allowed to continue their notary…
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Massachusetts Signs Remote Notarization Bill
Surety Bonds 05.05.2020

States Ensure E-Signatures Are Accepted on Vital Surety Bonds During COVID-19 Pandemic

The Surety and Fidelity Association of America (SFAA), its members and partners have called on State Governors, state agencies, localities, school districts and other public entities to request acceptance of the electronic execution and delivery…
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States Ensure E-Signatures Are Accepted on Vital Surety Bonds During COVID-19 Pandemic
Surety Bonds 04.24.2020

New Jersey’s New Temporary Remote Notary Law: What You Need to Know

On April 14, 2020, Governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey passed a new law for notaries public and persons authorized to take oaths are allowed to continue their usual duties remotely. This law will be…
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New Jersey’s New Temporary Remote Notary Law: What You Need to Know
Surety Bonds 04.22.2020

States Allowing Online Remote Notarization Due to COVID-19 Response

Following the swift response to the pandemic, several states have let notaries perform remotely in the interest of safeguarding the safety and health of both notaries and their clients. Notaries are now able to carry…
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States Allowing Online Remote Notarization Due to COVID-19 Response
Surety Bonds 03.13.2020

How to Become a Notary in Washington, D.C.

So you want to be a notary in the nation’s capital? There are several steps you must execute before you are crowned the title of a notary. First, notary applicants must be at least 18…
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How to Become a Notary in Washington, D.C.
Surety Bonds 01.02.2020

Wisconsin Notary Public Surety Bond

A notary public is a person appointed by the Secretary of the Department of Financial Institutions to serve the public as a vital impartial witness, carrying out notarial acts as are permitted or required by…
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Wisconsin Notary Public Surety Bond
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