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Arkansas Notary Search Methods
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AR - Notary Public Division Web site
Please visit the AR state notary division to find contact information for the Arkansas notary division.
AR - Notary Public Mobile Fees
An Arkansas mobile notary may charge any travel fee that their client will agree to.
Arkansas Notary Fees & Additional Information
A notary may charge $5.00 for each certification. However, the law doesn't state what type of notarial act would be involved for such a certification. Common notarizations in general around the United States involve notary acts listed below, but also could include Protests, Proofs of Execution, and Witnessing in certain states. The AR Notary Manual only mentions these following notary acts: Administering Oaths, taking Acknowledgments, Certifying Affidavits, Certifying Depositions, Supervising Photocopying of original documents, Attesting to a Document's Validity. Many of these notary acts simply do not exist in other states.
AR - Other Information of Interest
The Arkansas Notary Division web site has a page where you can lookup any Arkansas notaries in the state by last name, city, county, entire state, or filing number. Another interesting fact for Arkansas notaries is that when an Arkansas notary changes employment where the boss paid for their commission and seal, the employer does not retain ownership of the commission and seal.
An Arkansas notary commission is effective for 10 years. This is one of the longest commissions in the country, other than Louisiana where you can be commissioned for life. Arkansas is one of the only states where a notary residing outside of Arkansas, but working inside must list both of their addresses in both states with the state notary division. An AR notary applicant will be mailed three originals of their notary certificate and Oath forms which is unheard of in other states. One copy is to be filed with the circuit court in their county of commission, one for the secretary of state, and one for the applicant.
Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are an Oklahoma notary or an Oklahoma resident, you can ask the Arkansas Notary division if you are eligible to become an Arkansas Notary. Also, if you are a Mississippi notary, Tennessee notary, or Missouri Notary, please ask the AR notary division if you can become an AR notary.
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