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Notary Bond

How much do notary bonds cost?

The cost of a notary bond varies from one state to another because each state has its own bonding requirements for notaries. However, notary bonds are some of the quickest and easiest bonds to issue because are issued instantly without underwriting. Select your state on the map below to get more information and purchase your notary public bond today!

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What is a notary bond?

A notary bond is a legally binding contract guaranteeing the notary will complete tasks ethically and in adherence with the law. If a notary fails to perform his or her duties, a claim can be made against the bond by the state and/or those harmed as a result of the notary’s actions. If this claim is valid, the bond amount can be used to reimburse the harmed parties, thereby protecting both the state and consumers from financial loss.

Why do I need a notary bond?

Notary bonds are required because notaries and notaries public are entrusted with a great deal of legal authority and are appointed as witnesses who ensure signatures on important legal documents are valid.

How do I get a notary bond?

Since notary bonds are approved instantly, the amount of information required is minimal; in fact, many notary bonds simply require the notary’s name and address. In some states, additional information such as a phone number may be required.

What is errors and omissions insurance?

When you purchase a notary bond from SuretyBonds.com, additional errors and omissions insurance is always an option! Errors and omissions coverage protects notaries in the event that a client seeks financial compensation due to a mistake by the notary, so the decision of whether or not to include E&O coverage is always an important one. Visit our blog for more information on this essential coverage.

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