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KY - Notary Public Website
Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Kentucky notary division
KY - Notary Public Mobile Fees
There are no rate restrictions for what a Kentucky notary public may charge for travel fees.
Kentucky Notary Fees
The fees of notaries public for the following services shall be not more than those set out in the following schedule:
No fee or compensation shall be allowed or paid for affixing the jurat of a notary public to any application, affidavit, certificate or other paper necessary to be filed in support of any claim for the benefits of federal legislation for any person or his dependents who has served as a member of the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps of the United States.
There is a type of notary commission in Kentucky called a special commission notary. A special commission notary may CROSS STATE LINES to perform their notarizations of documents that are to be recorded in Kentucky. A notary public state at large, may only perform notary acts within the state boundaries, but the documents can be recorded in other states too.
Individual Kentucky Acknowledgment Wording
State of ___________
County of __________
The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this (date) by (name of person acknowledged).
(Signature of person taking acknowledgment)___________
(Title or rank)_____________
(Serial number, if any)____________
There is special verbiage for Corporate Acknowledgments, Partnership Acknowledgments, an Acknowledgment for an Attorney in Fact, and Trustee Acknowledgments.
Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are a Tennessee notary, Ohio notary, Indiana notary,
or Illinois notary, you can ask the Kentucky notary division if you can apply for an Kentucky notary commission.
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