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Georgia Notary Supplies

Notary Public commissions are valid for a 4 year term in the state of Georgia. Order your Georgia notary supplies and notary packages from our large selection of notary stamps and seals. Georgia notary requirements by law states that all notaries are to use a Notary Seal when notarizing a document. This seal must be permanent and legible and can be made with an Embosser, Pre-Inked or Self-Inking stamp. In addition, it is recommended to have a Seal Impression Inker when using an Embosser so that the document will be photographically reproducible. The state of Georgia does not require having a notary journal but it is highly recommended as a form of proof that you performed the notarization correctly. All notary supplies and packages ship within 2-3 business days!

Georgia Notary Stamps and Seals include the following text: Name, Notary Public, County, State of Georgia, and Commission Expiration Date.

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Georgia Notary Seal Stamp
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Notary Tote Bag
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Notary Journal
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Replacement Embossing Seal Insert
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GEORGIA NOTARY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

A notary public in Georgia can perform many duties. The notary can perform certain legal formalities, draw up or certify contracts, deeds or other documents that can be used in different jurisdictions.

How to become a notary in Georgia?

First you must register at The Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority.

 What are the requirements to become a notary in Georgia?

  • Must be 18 yrs. or older
  • Be a legal resident of Georgia or be working or employed in the state
  • Must apply in the county of residence or employment
  • Must not have previous commission or professional license that was revoked, suspended or restricted in any state
  • No commission of any prohibited act listed in the O.C.G.A
  • No unauthorized practice of law
  • Must be able to read and write in the English language

 Where may I conduct my notary services?

Anywhere in the state of Georgia.

Who can I notarize for in the state of Georgia?

You can notarize for any member of the public who meets all of the requirements for the notarization (must have proof of identity and be physically present)

Is there any training needed to be a Georgia notary?

There is no required training, however, the state of Georgia does offer a training guide called the Georgia Notary Handbook.

Do I need a notary bond or E&O Insurance?

Georgia notaries are not required to purchase a notary bond or insurance, however, E&O insurance is recommended. Errors and Omissions Insurance is not required by law but an E&O policy will cover legal fees and damages up to the amount of the policy.

What are the costs?

  • The application fee can vary between $37.00 to $42.00 depending on the county
  • Clerical filing fees may be applicable in certain counties
  • Notary supplies for the Georgia notary (prices may vary from supplies)

What notary supplies will I need to become a notary in Georgia?

  • Georgia notary stamp or embosser

Georgia notary stamps must not bleed because documents can be rejected for smudging impressions. If you use an embosser, a seal impression inker must be purchased to make the imprint visible for faxing or photocopying.

Your notary stamp or seal should have the following information:

  • Name (as it appears on your certificate)
  • Notary Public
  • County
  • State of Georgia
  • Commission Expiration Date (optional)

Though not required, it is recommended to purchase a notary journal to keep a record of all notarial acts performed.

How long does a commission last in South Carolina?

Notary commissions are valid for 4 years in the state of Georgia.