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Arkansas New Law: Bill 1790

Arkansas Bill 1790, now known as Act 1251, will not affect majority of notaries in Arkansas. Bill 1790 pertains to petition procedures for an option election. It clarifies the law and clearly states how a notary could violate the law in such a proceedi...

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Arkansas New Law: Act 570

Arkansas Bill SB 743 was passed and has become Act 570. The bill was passed on March 24, 2015, with an effective date of July 22, 2015. The new Act allows notaries to apply for a renewal commission earlier; previously notary bonding agencies had to wai...

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Renewals Must be Sworn In As Well

It is a common misconception that because a renewing notary in Arkansas has previously been sworn in they do not need to be sworn in again. The state requires ALL notaries to be sworn in each time they apply to become a notary public, whether they are ...

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Common Misconceptions of Notary Public Language

Notary public terminology and phrases can get confusing especially for a first-time notary. Many of these terms are tossed around in everyday exchanges, and some are being used incorrectly. What makes it more difficult is many people are confused about...

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Arkansas Electronic Notarization Initiative

The Arkansas Secretary of State, Mark Martin, announced earlier this month that notaries in Arkansas can now apply to be an electronic notary or e-notary. You can read Mark Martins April 2nd e-notary announcement on the State site. He hopes that this s...

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