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Essentials for Florida Notaries Performing Marriage Ceremonies

Florida Notaries Public may Tie the Knot Did you know Florida is one of only three states that permits its notaries public to officially perform a wedding ceremony? There are 6,200 couples getting married every day in the United States. This means tha...

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Florida Notary Fees: What can you legally charge?

One reason many people become a notary public is the extra potential source of income that the position offers. There are limits, however, to what you can legally charge. The maximum rates per notarial act (as of 1/1/2016) are: $            ...

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New Notary Law: Senate Bill 526 passed in Florida.

The changes made in the Senate Bill do not pertain to most notaries. The law changed the requirements for some law enforcement officers. For these officers, personal presence is no longer necessary, as this requirement can now be met through the use ...

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Florida: Updated Application Editing Rules

Florida has recently issued new standards for their applications and bond forms. Previously, the State already required an original wet ink signature, but now originals of the application and the bond must be submitted—no copies of either form will b...

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Become a Florida Notary Today!

Did you know that Florida residents are required to submit their Notary Public application to the state through a bonding agency such as Notary Public Underwriters? That’s right, if you wish to become a Florida Notary Public, you must submit the appl...

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