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Alabama Notary Bond

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Purchase your bond instantly online when you choose one of the 4 options below. Protect yourself from potential financial loss by including errors and omissions coverage with your bond.

  • $50.00
    Without Errors & Omissions

  • $90.00
    $10,000 Errors & Omissions


    $15,000 Errors & Omissions

  • $120.00
    $25,000 Errors & Omissions

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How much does a $25,000 notary bond cost in Alabama?

A four-year Alabama notary bond is issued instantly for just $50. Packages that include errors and omissions coverage are also available. Including errors and omissions insurance with your bond ensures you are NOT held personally liable for mistakes made while notarizing documents. Visit our blog for more information on this essential coverage.

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Why do I need this bond?

The Alabama Public Service Commission requires notaries public to post $25,000 surety bonds prior to being commissioned.

By posting an Alabama notary surety bond, notaries pledge to adhere to all regulations specified by the Secretary of State of Alabama. More specifically, these bonds protect consumers from any financial loss that results from the notary’s unlawful or unethical actions while on the job.

What’s the fine print?

Alabama notary bonds are issued for four-year terms and must be renewed at the end of each term. The effective date, name on the bond, and notary signature must match the information on the appointment letter.

How to become a notary in Alabama

Alabama notaries must be appointed and commissioned by the probate judge of the county in which notarial business will be conducted. Applicants should contact his or her county’s probate judge for appointment and registration details.

Additional Resources

Administrative Services Alabama Secretary of State Notaries Public

SB 54: Duties and Responsibilities of Notaries Public

Alabama Notary Public Commission Requirements and Information

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