How much does a notary bond cost in Hawaii?
Notaries in Hawaii must provide the Attorney General with $1,000 surety bonds as a part of their commission requirements.
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|Bond Type||Bond Amount||Cost|
|$1,000 Notary Bond 4-year term||$1,000||$40|
|$1,000 Notary Bond with $10,000 Errors and Omissions 4-year term||$1,000||$90|
Why do I need this bond?
By posting a notary surety bond in Hawaii, principals (notaries) pledge to perform the duties of his or her office in compliance with all laws and rules and regulations of the state. If the principal violates the law and, therefore, the terms of the surety bond agreement, the bond protects any and all persons injured by the principals’ misconduct, neglect or violations from financial loss up to the full bond amount of $1,000.
The principal must reimburse the surety for all damages paid out in a timely manner.
What’s the fine print?
Hawaii notary bonds remain valid for four years and must match the date of the notary public’s commission.
How to become a notary in Hawaii
Applications to become commissioned as a notary in Hawaii can be downloaded from the Attorney General website must be accompanied by both a letter of justification and a letter of recommendation.
Notaries must submit $1,000 surety bonds after the Attorney General approves the application and before beginning the duties of the office.