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VT Mobile Notary Travel Fees
A Vermont mobile notary has no restrictions as to what they may charge as a mobile service fee.
Vermont Notary Fees
VT Other Information of Interest
In Vermont, the prospective notary must be appointed by the judges of the superior court of the county of their residence. An ex-officio would be exempt from this procedure and only have to apply and take an oath.
Ex-Officio Notaries Public
This is a term, generally not used in most states which means that you are a member of another profession that automatically can perform the duties of a notary, such as a justice of the peace, clerk of the supreme court, county clerk, district court clerk, family court clerk, town clerk, assistant town clerk, or deputy. An ex-officio notary public must still take the oath of office every term of office and pay a $30 fee just like a regular Vermont notary public. Once you resign or are dismissed from your office, then you are no longer an ex-officio notary.
Term of Office
The term of office for a notary expires ten days after the expiration of the term of office of the judges of the superior court. Based on my readings, the term of office of judges would be four years.
Sample Vermont Acknowledgment Wording / Verbiage
State of ________________)
County of _______________) ss.
On this _____ day of _______, 20__, before me personally appeared (name of person acknowledging) to me known to be the person who executed the foregoing instrument, and he (she) thereupon duly acknowledged to me that he (she) executed the same to be his (her) free act and deed.
(notary signs here)
Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are a New Hampshire notary or Massachusetts notary who is employed or has a place of business in Vermont, you may apply to become a Vermont Notary Public
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