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An Indiana notary public may charge any travel fee they feel is appropriate
Indiana Notary Fees
The maximum fee a Notary Public may charge is: Individual Notarization - $2 each
Other Information of Interest
An Indiana notary public has the option to print the information commonly embedded on their notary seal, or use an actual seal. The following information is based on official text:
A notary public must add their commission's expiration date, county or residence, and the date the instrument (document) was notarized to the acknowledgment certificate or oath wording at the time of the signing.
Each notary, in addition to affixing his name, expiration date, and official seal, is required to print or type their name directly beneath their signature on a jurat, certificate of acknowledgment, or other official document, unless their name appears in one of the following places:
1. In printed form on the instrument (document); or
2. As part of his stamp (seal) in such form as to be legible when the document is photocopied.
FAQ of interest
Q. How do I renew my Indiana notary commission?
A. Simply follow the same process that you would for a new appointment.
Q. What is a Freehold?
A. A person other than the applicant can put forth a $5000 bond in the form of real property which is a Freehold.
Q. Should I keep a journal or log book of notarial acts?
A. There is no regulation requiring you to keep a notary log book, but it is highly recommended. Your journal records are proof that you notarized, Acknowledged particular documents or executed particular Jurats, and you might need that proof if ever summoned to court.
Q. May a non-attorney notary draft legal documents?
A. No. That would constitute the unauthorized practice of law.
Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are a Michigan notary or a Michigan resident, or an Illinois notary or Illinois resident, you can ask the Indiana notary division if you can apply for an Indiana notary commission.
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