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MN Notary Public Website
Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Minnesota notary division.
MN Mobile Notary Fees
A Minnesota notary public may charge any travel fee they feel is appropriate.
Minnesota Notary Fees & Other Information
MN Other Information of Interest
Notary renewals in Minnesota must be done between December 1st, and January 31st of each year. A notary can notify a change of their address simply by logging in to the Secretary of State's website. The most interesting feature of Minnesota is that a notary can print their notary commission official paperwork online.
A Minnesota Notary's job requires them to take acknowledgments, administer oaths & affirmations, take & certifiy depositions, witness or attest signatures, to take & certify acknowledgments as well as written instruments (documents), and record notarial protests (an antiquated act). You can apply to become authorized as an e-notary. Simply visit the Minnesota Secretary of State's website to learn how to become an e-notary. The filing fee to become a notary or renew your commission is $120. There is also a $20 fee to register in your county. Once appointed, you can print your new Minnesota notary commission online. Keeping a notary journal is optional, but recommended.
Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are a North Dakota Notary or North Dakota Resident living near Fargo, a Wisconsin Notary, or Iowa Notary, Please contact the Minnesota Notary Division about applying for a Minnesota notary commission.
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