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Minnesota Statutes 357 (357.17) states the maximum fees to be charged and collected as: (1) For protest of nonpayment of note or bill of exchange or of non-acceptance of such bill, where protest is legally necessary, and copy thereof, ; (2) For every other protest and copy, ; (3) For making and serving every notice of nonpayment of note or non-acceptance of bill and copy thereof, ; (4) For any affidavit or paper for which provision is not made herein, per folio, and 20 cents per folio for copies; (5) For each oath administered, ; (6) For acknowledgments of deeds and for other services authorized by law, the legal fees allowed other officers for like services; (7) For recording each instrument required by law to be recorded by the notary, per folio. In addition, there is a fee collected to register your commission with your county.

Please contact your resident county office for filing and fee requirements. You have the option of paying by Credit Card (Master Card, Visa and Discover) when filing renewals online. No, the social security number is not required information when you apply to become a Minnesota Notary Public. While an email is not required it is strongly recommended to receive notary communications from the Secretary of State. A PO Box is only acceptable if:it includes a rural route or street address ORthe city population is under 1,500.

How do I correct my address that is listed in the Notary database?

Notaries do not notarize the document they notarize the signature.

As long as you feel the signer knows what he/she is signing willingly and freely and wishes to agree to the terms of the document then the notary is free to notarize their signature to the document.

Yes, you should contact your resident county to determine the appropriate office to register your signature again, and you also need to obtain a new stamp.

I have changed my address do I need to contact the Secretary of State?

Yes, you are to contact the Secretary of State within 30 days of the address change.

This can be done online by logging into the notary application, making the changes to your address, email and/or phone number. A notary commissioned under Minnesota Statutes 359 (359.02) holds office until January 31 of the fifth year following the year the commission was issued, unless sooner removed by the governor or the district court, or by action of the commissioner of commerce.All documents submitted by mail must be paid by check or money order made payable to the OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. What is required for documentation if I answer YES on the application? Statute 359 shall get an official notarial stamp as specified in 359.03, subd.3 with which to authenticate official acts.At a minimum, submit documents indicating the charge, the disposition and satisfactory completion of any sentence and/or probation. The official notarial stamp consists of the seal of the state of Minnesota, the name of the notary as it appears on the commission or the name of the ex officio notary, the words "Notary Public" [or Notarial Officer" in the case of an ex officio notary], and the words my commission expires [(or where applicable) my term is indeterminate], with the expiration date shown on it and must be able to be reproduced in any legibly reproducible manner.If you have any questions, contact this office at [email protected], or call 651-296-2803 or toll free at 1-877-551-6767 and press option #3 for assistance.What is the proper procedure in Minnesota for notarizing a signature on a document that's in a language other than English?Click the edit link on the information screen, type over the incorrect information and save.

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