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Indiana Notary Fees, Application, and Commission Information

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Indiana Notary Fees 
The maximum fee a Notary Public may charge is:
Individual Notarization -  $2 each
Become an Indiana Notary Public
Notaries are appointed to eight year terms.  Applicants must be at least eighteen years old 
and be a legal resident of Indiana. No person holding a lucrative office or appointment under 
the United States or the State of Indiana can be a notary public. No person convicted of a 
crime receiving a sentence that exceeds six months imprisonment may be a notary public.  You 
must submit an Indiana notary application and swear under oath to the truthfulness of the 
application in front of an officer authorized to take oaths.  Applicants must get a $5000 
notary bond.  In addition, there is a $5 Indiana notary application fee that is payable by 
check or money order.  An Indiana notary seal must be used in all notary acts.  A seal may be 
purchased from a stationary store and there is no official paperwork necessary to purchase the 
seal.  If any notary changes their name or county of residence during their term of commission, 
they shall notify the Secretary of State in writing of the change. The Secretary of State will 
issue a revised commission valid only for the remaining term of the original commission