- $5,000.00 minimum
- Maricopa County
- Both signatures must match name printed on bond
- Bond number must be printed on the bond
- Oath must be filled out, signed, and notarized
A: It makes no difference who
paid the fees. The state of Arizona commissioned YOU to be a
notary public. Your seal, your commission, and your journal,
that contains public record, are your property.
A: Yes, you must have a new
bond of insurance for each commission period.
A: After you receive your certificate,
take the certificate to any major office supply store and have
your notary stamp ordered. They also stock the Journal for you
to obtain. Embossing is no longer required.
A: You must wait until
you receive your new commission certificate to obtain a rubber
stamp seal. You
must have a new seal before you can notarize documents in your
new commission term.
|I was commissioned
under my maiden name and I have recently married.
A: You must notify Secretary
of State's office within 30 days of the name change and the reason
for the change.
being requested to obtain documentation that the person who notarized
my document is a valid Notary Public
: There are two verifications
of a notary.
- Notarial Acknowledgment: You may obtain this for each Notary of Public at Window 10 in Superior Court, 201 W Jefferson for an $18.00 fee.
- Apostille: If you are being required to obtain documentation
that has the state seal it can only be obtained at the Secretary
of State. Please refer to the Secretary of State's website for more