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South Dakota 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
    $5,000 Errors & Omissions

  • $60.00
    $10,000 Errors & Omissions


    $15,000 Errors & Omissions

  • $130.00
    $20,000 Errors & Omissions

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How much does a $5,000 notary bond cost in South Dakota?

South Dakota notary bonds are issued instantly with errors and omissions coverage for six-year terms, starting at just $50. Errors and omissions ensures you are NOT held personally liable for mistakes made while notarizing documents. Visit our blog for more information on this essential coverage.

Simply access our secure bond checkout by clicking Buy Now and purchase your bond safely and securely. It only takes a few minutes to be on your way to being a bonded notary in South Dakota.

Why do I need this bond?

Notaries in South Dakota are required to submit $5,000 surety bonds to the South Dakota Secretary of State prior to performing notarial acts.

By posting a South Dakota notary bond, notaries pledge to adhere to all state laws and perform all notarial duties ethically and lawfully. If the principal fails to do this, the bond protects the state and the general public from financial loss resulting from the principal’s actions up to the full penal sum of the bond.

What’s the fine print?

Notary surety bonds in South Dakota remain valid for six years from the effective date. Applicants must renew their surety bond at the end of the bond’s term to remain in compliance with the laws of the state.

How to become a notary in South Dakota

To be commissioned as a notary in South Dakota, are required to complete the following steps:

Additional Resources

How do I become a notary public?

South Dakota Notary Public Handbook

Notary Commissions