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Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Hawaii notary division.
HI - Notary Public Mobile Fees
A Hawaii notary public does not have restrictions on travel fees, but the client should be informed of the fee in advance.
Hawaii Notary Fees
For noting the protest of mercantile paper - $5.00
(Noting of a "protest" in this case is a formal written statement made by the notary public under his seal of office, that at the request of a holder of a mercantile paper [negotiable paper, such as bills, notes, checks, etc.], he presented said mercantile paper to A for payment on a certain date, but that such payment was refused for certain reasons, whereupon the notary notified certain parties of the refusal. Protests of mercantile paper are usually done by banks and other financial institutions).
For each notice and certified copy of protest - $5.00
(Besides protests of mercantile paper, there is a protest connected with maritime law. A maritime protest is a written statement made by the master of a vessel, attested by a notary, to the effect that damages suffered by the ship in her voyage were caused by storms or other perils of the sea without any negligence or misconduct on his part.)
For noting any other protest - $5.00
For every notice thereof and certified copy of said protest - $5.00
For every deposition or official certificate or copy thereof - $5.00
The Department of the Attorney General is the organization responsible for appointing notaries public in Hawaii.
The Hawaii notary journal must be bound, but must have a soft cover. We have never heard of any other state require a soft cover before. The notary has 90 days from the termination of their commission to submit their record book (journal) to the attorney general's office. Most other states require this action to take place within 30 days. Notaries must have a sign stating that they are a notary public, and their hours of business in the premises where they work. Another issue effecting Hawaii mobile notaries is that the counties in their state are separate islands or groups of islands. Travel from one county to the next requires boat or plane travel. A reasonable price for a loan signing on another island would need to be at least $300 to make it worth while for the notary. So, notaries are limited to their home county due to geographic constrictions.
The Hawaii Notary Division website (courtesy of the Attorney General) does not include any formal Hawaii Acknowledgment wording or Hawaii Jurat verbiage.
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