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I get asked a lot what my fee would be for a notarization, if it is not contracted through a signing agency or title company then I tell them $2.00 per notarized signature. People often ask that's it? And here are my basis per the State of Idaho.
Section 51-110 from the Idaho Notary Public Handbook, via sos.idaho.gov
1.A notary public may, for any notarial act, charge a fee not to exceed two dollars. ($2.00)
2.In addition to the fee, a notary public may be compensated for actual and reasonable expense of travel to a place where a notarial act is to be performed.
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Welcome to my site. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment feel free to contact me via this site, email or phone.
I thought I'd share a little Notary 101 education for you to understand a little bit about your notarization. Here's some information regarding the Notary Seal from the Idaho Secretary of State Notary Handbook.
(stamp examples from mdscommerce.com and rubberstamps.com)
— (1) Each notary public whose current commission became effective prior to July
1, 1998, shall provide and keep an official seal which shall conform to one of the following configurations:
(a) A seal embosser engraved with the words “Notary Public”,
the notary public’s name, and the words “State of Idaho.”
(b) A rubber stamp with a serrated or milled edge border in
rectangular or circular form, which contains the same information
required for the seal embosser.
(2) Each notary public whose current commission became effective on or after July 1, 1998, shall
provide and keep an official seal which shall be a rubber stamp with a serrated or milled edge border in a
rectangular or circular form, which includes the words “Notary Public”, the notary public’s name, the words
“State of Idaho”, and nothing more.
(3) The seal shall be impressed below or near the notary public’s official signature on each notary
certificate which he administers.