§ 8200 The Secretary of State may appoint and commission notaries public in …
§ 8201 (a) Every person appointed as notary public shall meet all of …
§ 8201.1 (a) Prior to granting an appointment as a notary public, the …
§ 8201.2 (a) The Secretary of State shall review the course of study …
§ 8201.5 The Secretary of State shall require an applicant for appointment and …
§ 8202 (a) When executing a jurat, a notary shall administer an oath or …
§ 8202.5 The Secretary of State may appoint and commission the number of …
§ 8202.7 A private employer, pursuant to an agreement with an employee who is …
§ 8202.8 Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a private employer of a …
§ 8203.1 The Secretary of State may appoint and commission notaries public for …
§ 8203.2 Such notaries public shall be appointed only upon the recommendation …
§ 8203.3 In addition to the qualifications established in Section 8203.1, …
§ 8203.4 The term of office shall be as set forth in Section 8204, except that …
§ 8203.5 In addition to the name of the State, the jurat shall also contain …
§ 8203.6 No fees shall be collected by such notaries public for service …
§ 8204 The term of office of a notary public is for four years commencing …
§ 8204.1 The Secretary of State may cancel the commission of a notary public …
§ 8205 (a) It is the duty of a notary public, when …
§ 8206 (a) (1) A notary public shall keep one active sequential …
§ 8206.5 Upon receiving a request for a copy of a transaction pursuant to …
§ 8207 A notary public shall provide and keep an official seal, which shall …
§ 8207.1 The Secretary of State shall assign a sequential identification …
§ 8207.2 (a) No notary seal or press stamp shall be manufactured, …
§ 8207.3 (a) The Secretary of State shall issue certificates of …
§ 8207.4 (a) Any person who willfully violates any part of Section …
§ 8208 The protest of a notary public acting in the course and scope of …
§ 8209 (a) If any notary public resigns, is disqualified, removed from …
§ 8211 Fees charged by a notary public for the following services shall not …
§ 8212 Every person appointed a notary public shall execute an official bond …
§ 8213 (a) No later than 30 days after the beginning of the term …
§ 8213.5 A notary public shall notify the Secretary of State by certified mail …
§ 8213.6 If a notary public changes his or her name, the notary public shall …
§ 8214 For the official misconduct or neglect of a notary public, the notary …
§ 8214.1 The Secretary of State may refuse to appoint any person as notary …
§ 8214.15 (a) In addition to any commissioning or disciplinary sanction, a …
§ 8214.2 (a) A notary public who knowingly and willfully with intent to …
§ 8214.21 A notary public who willfully fails to provide access to the …
§ 8214.23 (a) A notary public who fails to obtain a thumbprint, as …
§ 8214.3 Prior to a revocation or suspension pursuant to this chapter or after …
§ 8214.4 Notwithstanding this chapter or Chapter 5 (commencing with Section …
§ 8214.5 Whenever the Secretary of State revokes the commission of any notary …
§ 8214.8 Upon conviction of any offense in this chapter, or of Section 6203, …
§ 8216 When a surety of a notary desires to be released from responsibility …
§ 8219.5 (a) Every notary public who is not an attorney who advertises …
§ 8220 The Secretary of State may adopt rules and regulations to carry out …
§ 8221 (a) If any person shall knowingly destroy, deface, or conceal …
§ 8222 (a) Whenever it appears to the Secretary of State that any …
§ 8223 (a) A notary public who holds himself or herself out as being an …
§ 8224 A notary public who has a direct financial or beneficial interest in …
§ 8224.1 A notary public shall not take the acknowledgment or proof of …
§ 8225 (a) Any person who solicits, coerces, or in any manner …
§ 8227.1 It shall be a misdemeanor for any person who is not a duly …
§ 8227.3 Any person who is not a duly commissioned, qualified, and acting …
§ 8228 The Secretary of State or a peace officer, as defined in Sections …
§ 8228.1 (a) Any notary public who willfully fails to perform any duty …
§ 8230 If a notary public executes a jurat and the statement sworn or …

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