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 Are public notaries bonded?

Answer Twenty-nine states currently require public notaries to be bonded. The amount of the bond, as well as how long an individual bond lasts, varies depending in which state the Notary Public operates.S... Read More »
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When starting a small photography business do you need to be bonded and if so how do you go about getting bonded?

Answer If you are starting your own small photography business you shouldn't need to be bonded. When you get larger (if you get large enough) you may wish to consider some sort of professional liab... Read More »
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Notaries & Law?

Commissioned by a secretary of state, a notary public is charged with verifying and authenticating documents and certifying facts. He must act as an unbiased, official witness to the identity of th... Read More »
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Notaries Act?

The National Notary Association established in 1957 attempts to improve and modernize notarial laws. The growing demand for safer authentication practices has brought about the Model Notary Act of ... Read More »
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Are notaries free?

Most notaries public charge a nominal fee for their services, but many banks, libraries and local government offices provide them for free. A quick Internet search can tell you if your local librar... Read More »
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