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Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Louisiana notary division
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A Louisiana notary public may charge any travel fee that they feel is appropriate.
Louisiana Notary Fees
There is no statutory authority regulating fees as a notary
When does a Louisiana notary's commission expire?
Notaries in Louisiana are commissioned for life pursuant to Attorney General Opinion 1940-42.
Are Louisiana notaries required to use a seal?
A Louisiana notary's signature is his seal.
What are the qualifications of a Louisiana notary?
A notary must be a resident citizen (registered to vote in the parish of residence) or resident alien of the state, 18 years of age or older, and take and pass the statewide standardized exam administered by the Secretary of State. Anyone licensed to practice law in the state is exempt from the test. See Title 35:191.
What are the bond requirements?
Notary Surety Bonds, Errors and Omissions policies and Personal Surety Bonds are required by law to be in the amount of $10,000. Surety bonds and Errors and Omissions policies must be renewed every 5 years. A $20 filing fee is required. Personal Surety Bonds expire upon cancellation or death of the surety. See Notary Filing Requirements Chart.
If I work in a parish other than my residence parish, can I still notarize in that parish?
There are groups of reciprocal parishes created by the legislature. The reciprocal agreement allows a validly appointed notary in a parish authorization to exercise any and all functions of a notary in the reciprocal parishes without additional bonding or examination. See list of reciprocal parishes.
If the parishes are not reciprocal you may obtain a Dual Commission.
No test is required, but you must maintain bonds in both parishes.
Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are a Texas notary or a Texas resident, you can ask the Louisiana notary division if you can apply for a Louisiana notary commission.
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