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Arizona Notary Bond

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Purchase your bond instantly online when you choose one of the 3 options below. Protect yourself from potential financial loss by including errors and omissions coverage with your bond.

  • $35.00
    $5,000 Errors & Omissions


    $10,000 Errors & Omissions

  • $80.00
    $15,000 Errors & Omissions

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How much does a $5,000 Arizona notary bond cost?

Arizona notary bonds are issued instantly and cost just $35 with errors and omissions coverage. Packages that include higher limits of 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. For more information on this essential coverage, check out our blog post, The Ins & Outs of E & O.

Simply click Buy Now to buy your Arizona notary public bond safely and securely online today. It only takes a few minutes to be on your way to being bonded as a notary in the state of Arizona.

Bond Type Bond Amount Cost
$5,000 Notary Bond $5,000 Errors and Omissions $5,000 $35
$5,000 Notary Bond $10,000 Errors and Omissions $5,000 $65
$5,000 Notary Bond $15,000 Errors and Omissions $5,000 $80

Why does a notary public in Arizona need to be bonded?

The Arizona Secretary of State requires notaries to post a $5,000 bond to ensure that they adhere to all laws, rules and regulations stated in the Arizona Revised Statutes—specifically Title 41.

Arizona notary surety bonds ensure if any of these provisions are violated and a valid claim is made against the bond, the surety will cover any damages up to the full bond amount. The principal must reimburse the surety for all damages paid out.

How do I get a notary bond in Arizona?

Notary bonds are issued instantly online when you work with Suretybonds.com. The application is quick and requires minimal information! Follow these steps to get your Arizona notary bond today:

  1. Purchase your bond through our secure online checkout
  2. The bond will be electronically delivered to your inbox
  3. Print your bond and sign it as the principal
  4. File your bond with the Arizona Secretary of State

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Arizona notary bond conditions

Arizona notary surety bonds are issued for four-year terms and must be submitted to the Secretary of State within 30 days of issuance. The bond needs to be renewed each term for as long as the notary wishes to keep their commission active. The surety may cancel the bond at any time as long as 30 days’ notice is given to the Secretary of State.

How to become a notary public in Arizona

In order to be eligible for a notary commission in the state of Arizona, the following requirements must be met:

These eligibility requirements are established by Arizona Revised Statutes § 41-312(E).

Qualified applicants must complete an application form, submit a $5,000 surety bond, and pay a $25 application fee and $18 notary bond filing fee.

Check out the video below to learn more about the process of becoming a notary in Arizona.

What is errors & ommissions insurance?

Errors and omissions insurance (also referred to as E & O insurance) is an optional add-on that protects the notary in the event that the client seeks financial compensation due to a mistake made by the notary. The surety bond is different because it protects the public, whereas E & O protects the notary. By purchasing errors and omissions insurance, the notary will be protected in the case of a lawsuit up to the policy amount they have purchased. Check out our Guide to Errors & Omissions Insurance for more information!

Additional Resources

State of Arizona Office of the Secretary of State Notary Public Application Instructions

Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 41 - Chapter 2

Arizona Notary Public Reference Manual