Aaron Notary Appointment Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 69-3002 Miami Fl 33269-3002
Ph: 305-654-8887 Toll Free: 800-350-5161 Fax:
305-493-3339 "THE PROFESSIONAL FLORIDA NOTARY PUBLIC APPOINTMENT COMPANY"
$69 Includes $7,500 Bond for $20.
Fast, Easy & Inexpensive
WHAT IS A NOTARY
A notary public is a public officer appointed by the state government to serve
the public in civil or non-controversial matters usually related to estates,
deeds, power-of-attorney, and foreign and international business. WHAT ARE THE POWERS & RESPONSIBILITIES OF A NOTARY?
A notary’s functions include taking affidavits and statutory declarations,
authenticate certain documents, administer oaths, provide acknowledgement of
deeds etc. A notary also has power of attorney for providing notice to foreign
drafts; prepare protest notes and bills of exchange and other official acts as
considered by the jurisdiction of the state.
A notary becomes responsible for the authenticity of the notorial act performed.
And therefore, a notary usually notarizes a person, document or a deed upon a
receipt of satisfactory proof of identity or by the notary's own personal
knowledge of the person appearing before them. A notary may not notarize their
own signature, or that of their immediate family.
WHAT ARE THE
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A NOTARY PUBLIC IN FLORIDA?
An individual 18 years of age or older who is a resident of Florida may apply to
become a notary public in Florida. However, another important requirement is to
obtain a public bond worth $7,500 which is a form of insurance given by the
notary to client in case of any harm caused to the client if there is any breach
of duty at notary’s end. First time applicants must also undertake an essential
notary education course online administered and approved by the Government of
WHAT IS A NOTARY
A notary acknowledgement stamp is a mandatory seal used by the notaries to
notarize documents. Without this stamp, the document is not considered to be
notarized. Once you apply to become a notary, you are automatically entitled to
receive the Florida
notary stamp along with your notary commission if your application is
HOW TO BECOME A
NOTARY PUBLIC IN FLORIDA?
1. First, make sure you fulfill the minimum requirements to become a notary.
2. Download free notary forms, fill it out and send it to us directly. For
instructions and sources, check out the application
to become a notary
3. If you are a first time applicant, you need to go through an essential notary
education course which takes 3 hours online.
4. Once you complete your online course and submit your application, you will
receive your notary commission along with the necessary acknowledgement stamp
within a few weeks, if your application is approved by the government office.
WHAT ARE THE
SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE AARON NOTARY?
Aaron Notary provides complete hands-on information about how to apply for
Florida notary public. We supply the necessary application form for you to fill
it out and submit online. The submitted application form is then transferred to
the government for approval. All the necessary state fees and payments are
completed along with the application and are usually included in the complete
fee charged by the agency.
Processing is usually completed within two to three weeks and once your
application is approved, documents and seals are delivered to you by the agency
through which you have applied. Notary stamps usually are delivered a few days
after you receive the notary commission.
HOW MUCH DOES IT
COST TO BECOME A NOTARY?
The cost of
notary is very nominal. The state fees are fixed by law at $39 and other
costs including cost for obtaining $7,500 bond, notary stamp, tax inclusions,
S&H, etc. These costs vary from agency to agency. Aaron Notary offers you
complete services for just $69.
WHY IS NOTARY
A notary education online course is one of the minimum requirements you need to
fulfill in order to become a notary. The course is designed to give you the
information necessary to perform your notarial duties with confidence. A first
time application has to go through this essential
notary education course whereas others can simply renew their application
once they complete the 4 year term.
HOW TO RENEW THE
For Florida notary renewal you need to simply submit your social security number
for background check. Fill out the renewal
form and send the complete application form to us for notary
public renewal Florida