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Oklahoma Notary Bond

How much does a notary bond cost in Oklahoma?

The Oklahoma Secretary of State requires notary publics to post a $1,000 surety bond.

SuretyBonds.com issues these 4-year bonds for just $25. Errors and omissions coverage is offered at no additional cost.

There’s no credit check required for this bond and we never charge extra or hidden fees. Simply click “Buy Now” to buy an Oklahoma notary bond directly through our site. Purchase online safely and securely. It only takes a few minutes to get bonded as a notary in OK.

Bond Type Bond Amount Cost
$1,000 Notary Bond with $5,000 Errors and Omissions Insurance $1,000 $25 for 4 years

Why do I need this bond?

Oklahoma notary bonds exist to protect the general public and the state from a notary public’s mistakes, negligence and misuse of the notary stamp and signature. If a notary fails to adhere to the terms of the surety bond contract, a claim can be filed against the bond. If the claim is proven in a court of law, the surety will reimburse the harmed parties up to the full bond amount, and the notary will be responsible for reimbursing the surety for damages paid out.

What’s the fine print?

Oklahoma notary public bonds remain valid for 4 years from the effective date. Applicants must know their commission number and the term dates as dictated by the state before they can be bonded.

The completed bond form and a $10 fee must be filed with the office of the Secretary of State in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

How to become a notary public in Oklahoma

The following information must be included on the application for notary public commission in Oklahoma:

  • applicant’s name
  • applicant’s resident address (or the street address and county of the business address in in Oklahoma if applying for a non-resident license)
  • applicant’s email address
  • application’s telephone number
  • applicant’s prior commission details
  • proof of the applicant’s age, citizenship and conviction record
  • applicant’s signature
  • and more

More licensing information can be accessed from the Important Links section of this page.

Notarial Bond to the State of Oklahoma

Instructions for Completing the Oklahoma Application for Notary Public Commission

The Oklahoma State Courts Network Title 49. Notaries Public

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