INDIANA NOTARY KIT

Notary Express offers an Indiana notary service that is both cost effective and time saving. Being an Indiana Notary Public will enhance your professionalism and will make you indispensable to your employer. Notary Express includes the following for one low cost:

  • $5,000 Notary Bond – Protects the People of the State of Indiana during the eight year term of your commission as a Notary Public.
  • $5,000 Notary Errors and Omissions Insurance – Protects you from lawsuits due to your errors or omissions and includes cost of defense without a deductible up to $5,000.00 for all eight years of your commission.
  • An Indiana “Official” Notary Seal (pictured on the right).
  • Toll Free telephone assistance during the eight year term of your commission.
  • Internet assistance with online laws, forms and E-mail support.

$64.99

Indiana applicants must now complete the application process online.

Getting your Indiana Notary commission with Notary Express is as easy as One, Two Three!

  1. Purchase our notary kit using the form in step 1 below. Pay using PayPal. You will receive by email the bond number and bonding company name needed for the application process.
  2. Go to the Indiana state website by clicking the button in step 2 below and fill out your application.
  3. Email or fax us a copy of your Commission Certificate using the information from step 3 below. We will then send your notary seal and Errors and Omissions policy.

STEP 1

PAY ONLINE WITH PAYPAL

$64.99


APPLICANT NAME



STEP 2

COMPLETE THE APPLICATION PROCESS AT THE STATES WEBSITE
Online Application

STEP 3

EMAIL OR FAX A COPY OF YOUR COMMISSION CERTIFICATE
email: indiana@notaryexpress.com

fax: 309-682-1797

INDIANA NOTARIES

The Indiana Secretary of State appoints and commissions notaries public. Indiana notaries serve a term of eight years and may may exercise their commission in the entire state of Indiana, but may not be compelled to act outside of their resident county.

The purpose of notarization is to prevent fraud and forgery. The Indiana Notary Public acts as an official and unbiased witness to the identity of a person who comes before the notary for a specific purpose.

If a document requires the administration of an oath, the person must personally appear before the notary, be administered the appropriate oath and sign the document in the notary’s presence.

If the document requires an acknowledgement, the person must appear before the notary and acknowledge the document.

Order your kit today! Simply click here to view the Indiana kit.

INDIANA REQUIREMENTS

An applicant for commission as an Indiana Notary Public must meet the following requirements:

  1. The notary applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
  2. The notary applicant must be a resident of Indiana.

No person holding a lucrative office or appointment under the United States or the State of Indiana can be a notary public; civil, school, city and town officials of the State of Indiana may serve as notaries public. These officials are prohibited , however, from notarizing any document in connection with the official business of such office. (Ind. Code 33-16-2-7 Supp. 2001)

No Person convicted of a crime receiving a sentence exceeding six months imprisonment may be a notary public. (Ind. Code 5-8-3-1)