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NH State Notary Division Information
Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the New Hampshire notary division
NH Notary Public Mobile Fee Information
A notary may charge 20 cents per mile when traveling to swear in witnesses for Depositions.
New Hampshire Notary Fees Information
A fee of no more than $10.00 can be collected for each oath, witness, service or certification, except that:
For depositions, a fee of $5.00 but not more than $50.00 may be collected. The fee is based upon the amount that the notary feels is sufficient payment for their services. The notary is also entitled to .20/mile when traveling to swear in witnesses.
No fees are allowed for administering and certifying oaths of office of town officers.
Additional Notary Public Information of Interest
NH has two offices that have some similar capacities to a Notary Public. One is called a Justice of the Peace, and the other is called Commissioner of Deeds. Both positions are authorized to do certain acts typically done by Notaries Public. You can read more about it on the web site mentioned above.
Another interesting act that a NH Notary Public can perform is witnessing a signature as an act other than an acknowledgment. The Notary would certify that the signer appeared before the Notary, signed the document in front of the Notary on the date of the notarization, and was positively identified. The signer would not need to swear an oath in a "Witnessing of a signature".
We have written two very interesting blog posts about odd and eccentric NH notary laws and rules - the links are at the bottom of this page. This is interesting and entertaining reading material. Please also read about the vast wealth of notary information on our various blog categories and form.
Dual state commission information
An individual who resides in Vermont may not apply to become a New Hampshire notary. Only state residents may apply for a notary commission in New Hampshire.
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