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Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Delaware notary division.
DE- Notary Public Mobile Notary Fees
A Delaware mobile notary may charge any travel fee they feel is appropriate.
Delaware Notary Fees
The maximum fee any notary public can charge for any type of notarial act is $5. The fees prescribed in this section shall be the maximum fees to be charged by any notary public and, upon violation hereof, the Governor may revoke the commission of such notary and such notary shall not be reappointed within a period of two years.
Waiving of Fees
Any notary public may choose to waive any fee for any notarial act. No notary public or other person who is authorized by law to take the acknowledgment of instruments or to administer oaths or affirmations shall charge any person serving in the armed forces of the United States, or a veteran of any war, or the widow or children of a soldier, or soldier's parents, or widower or other relative of any person in the armed services the fee provided by law when an acknowledgment, oath or affirmation is taken in connection with any paper or papers required to be executed by the Veterans Administration or in support of any claim or other papers connected with or referring to the service of any male or female now serving or who hereafter may serve or who, in the past, has served in the armed forces of the United States.
Whoever violates subsection (a) of this section shall be fined not less than $10 nor more than $25 and, in default of the payment of such fine, shall be imprisoned for not more than 5 days.
(1) Notary applications are now done online in Delaware to enhance the speed of the whole application process. You can create a profile with your state as a Delaware notary public. One of the fields that you can't edit is your email address. One huge convenience factor of the online profile is that you can change your address on your commission just by logging in.
(2) Delaware notaries are not required to be bonded.
(3) If your name changes, indicate that on your online profile and you will get authorization paperwork to get a new notary seal with your new name.
(4) A notary journal is not required by law, although it is helpful for your records. You can record the type of notarization, i.e. Acknowledgment, Jurat, Oath, Protest, as well as information about the signer, document, and identification in your journal if you choose to get one.
(5) Personal knowledge of the signer is still acceptable in Delaware, although many other states are eliminating this type of identification since it tends to be very ambiguous how well you know a person.
Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are a Maryland notary or a Maryland resident, you can ask the Delaware notary division if you can apply for a Delaware notary commission.
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