INDIANA NOTARY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Indiana FAQs2018-11-12T15:37:18+00:00
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INDIANA FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: What is the term of my commission?
A: An Indiana Notary is commissioned for a term of 8 years.

Q: Do Indiana Notaries have any education requirement before they are commissioned?
A: There is no educational requirement for notaries at this time. Notary Express recommends that you review Indiana Notary Laws before you apply for commission.

Q: What records must an Indiana Notary Public keep of their notarial acts?
A: Keeping a record of your notarial acts is essential for your protection. A notary journal is not a requirement of Indiana law at this time; however, Notary Express highly recommends you consider keeping a notary journal for your protection as well as your employer.

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