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TN Notary Website
Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Tennessee notary division.

TN Mobile Notary Fees
A Tennessee mobile notary may charge any travel fee for their services.

Tennessee Notary Fees
Acknowledgments $2.25 
Jurats (Taking Affidavits) $2.25 
Oaths & Affirmations $2.25 
Depositions $1.00 
Protests $1.50 + $1.00 for recording it 
Recording Attestations, Protestations, or other Instrument $1.00 per recording 
Acknowledgments of notes for advances on tobacco .25 

Notary Commission Information
Application Fee $12.00 
Bond Amount $10,000 
Commission: Term of Office 4 Years 
Official Seal Required 
Official Journal of Notarial Acts Required 

TN Other Information of Interest
A Tennessee notary must have a seal design that is prescribed by the Secretary of State. It must be circular with the notary's name as it appears on the commission printed at the top, the name of the county of election printed at the bottom, and the words, "State of Tennessee Notary Public" printed in the center. In many other states, the notary seal has the option of being rectangular or round.

The responsibilities of a notary in Tennessee include administering oaths, taking depositions, affidavits and acknowledgments. A notary's duties and powers can be exercised in every county of the state of TN. It is not specified that a TN notary should keep a record of all notarizations, but it is recommended. Additionally, you can infer from the statutes that you should think about keeping a bound journal. The statues allow a notary to charge $1 for recording each attestation, protest, or other instruments.

Sample Tennessee Jurat Wording
It is standard to use Jurat wording or a Jurat form when taking an affidavit.

State of Tennessee
County of _______
______________, being duly sworn makes oath as follows
..........(this space is left for the verbiage of the statement)...

Affiant's signature

Sworn to and subscribed before me
this _________ day of __________________, 20_____.

Signature of Notary Public                         (official seal)
My commission expires:______________

Dual State Notary Commission Information
It is common for a Mississippi notary living in Northern Mississippi near Memphis to have a dual commission as a Tennessee notary. Please contact the Tennessee notary public division for more information. Also, if you are an Arkansas notary, Alabama notary, Georgia notary, Kentucky notary, or Missouri notary, please ask the Tennessee notary division if you can apply for a Tennessee notary commission.
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