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West Virginia Notary Bond

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  • $35.00
    $5,000 Errors & Omissions

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    $60.00
    $15,000 Errors & Omissions

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    $25,000 Errors & Omissions

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How much does a West Virginia notary bond cost?

West Virginia notary bonds are issued instantly for five years starting at just $35! Errors and omissions coverage is 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 West Virginia Secretary of State requires notaries to post $1,000 surety bonds to be commissioned.

By posting a notary bond, the principal (notary) guarantees that he or she will faithfully and honestly perform the duties of the office and pay over all money that might come into his or her possession while on the job, as required by law.

What’s the fine print?

West Virginia notary bonds run continuously for five years from the effective date, at which point the bond must be renewed.

The revised West Virginia notary laws became effective on July 1, 2014. The major changes under West Virginia Code 39-4 (Revised Uniform Law On Notarial Acts) include:

How to become a notary public in West Virginia

West Virginia notary applicants must meet the following requirements prior to being commissioned as a notary:

Additional Resources

State of West Virginia Secretary of State Notary Public Surety Bond form

Surety Bond Insider: West Virginia introduces surety bond requirement for notary publics

West Virginia Secretary of State Applying for a Notary Public Commission

West Virginia Code Chapter 39, Article 1: Authentication and Record of Writings