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TX State Notary Public Division Information
Please visit our state notary division contact page to find a current phone number and address for the Texas notary division.
TX Notary Public Mobile Fee Information
Texas law requires state officers (notaries public qualify for this designation) to bill clients for all expenses. Therefore it is recommended for notaries to prepare detailed bills for any services they perform as a notary public. Please discuss all fees with the signers before performing any notarial act to deter disagreements after the fact. Always provide a written and itemized receipt for fees billed, completely itemizing any non-notary business fees such as travel fees & waiting time, as well as expenses relating to particular notary fees.
Texas Notary Fees / Maximum Notary Fees
The primary duty of a Notary is to show that they have duly notified the signer of an instrument as to the importance of that document. Additionally, the signer should claim that their identity, signature, and purpose for signing such instrument are all genuine. The signature and stamp (seal) of a notary public do not prove the genuineness of a signature, but do provide prima facie proof of them. This allows individuals in commerce and in the justice system to rely upon the reliability of the Notary Public as a third party who has no personal or beneficial interest in the transaction.
Texas Acknowledgment Wording
We have a link to a page below with detailed information about Texas Acknowledgments, and Texas Corporate Acknowledgments. Learn about Texas Jurats as well.
Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are a New Mexico notary, Arkansas notary, or Louisiana notary residing outside of TX, please ask the Texas notary division if you are eligible to apply for a Texas notary commission.
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