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KS - Notary Public Website
Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Kansas notary division
KS - Notary Public Mobile Fees
A Kansas notary public may charge any travel fee that their client will agree to ahead of time.
Kansas Notary Fees
There is no statutory fee schedule in Kansas that a notary public must follow, nor is there a prohibition against a notary public charging a fee. Therefore, a notary public may charge a reasonable fee for the performance of a notarial act.
Kansas Notary Application
The notary application for Kansas is only half a page and includes a quick oath, and requires the specifications of your newly acquired surety bond as well.
KS - Information of Interest
A Kansas Notary Public may perform notary acts for their spouse (i.e. Acknowledgments, Jurats, Oaths, etc.) according to the secretary of state's website, however, the power is limited by a particular law. Here is the official text:
A notary public may not notarize his or her own signature, but may notarize the signatures of his or her spouse, children, parents or other relatives. However, the power is limited to the provisions of K.S.A 53-109. The limitations are set out in the general information section under Financial or Beneficial Interest.
Dual State Notary Commission Information
An individual who resides in Kansas, or in a bordering state that regularly conducts business or is employed in Kansas may apply to become a Kansas notary public. If you have been convicted of a felony or have had a professional license revoked, then you don't qualify for a notary commission. If you are a Missouri notary residing in Missouri, an Oklahoma notary, or a Nebraska notary, you can ask the Kansas Notary division if you are eligible to become a Kansas Notary.
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