Code Annotated

31.0330 Fees for notarial acts.

(a) The maximum fees that may be charged by a…

31.0331 Payment prior to act.

(a) A notary may require payment of any fees…

31.0332 Fees of employee notary.

(a) An employer may prohibit an employee who…

31.0333 Notice of fees.

Notaries who charge for their notarial servic…

31.0334 Format.

(a) A notary shall keep, maintain, protect, a…

31.0335 Entries.

(a) For every notarial act, the notary shall…

31.0336 Signatures.

At the time of notarization, the notary’s jou…

31.0337 Inspection, copying, and disposal.

(a) In the notary’s presence, any person may…

31.0338 Official signature.

In notarizing a paper document, a notary shal…

31.0339 Official seal.

(a) A notary shall keep an official seal that…

31.0340 Seal image.

(a) Near the notary’s official signature on t…

31.0341 Obtaining and providing a seal.

(a) In order to sell or manufacture notary se…

31.0342 General acknowledgment.

A notary shall use a certificate in substanti…

31.0343 Jurat.

A notary shall use a jurat certificate in sub…

31.0344 Signature witnessing.

A notary shall use a certificate in substanti…

31.0345 Signer by mark and person unable to sign.

On paper documents, certificates in sections…

31.0346 Certified copy.

A notary shall use a certificate in substanti…

31.0347 Forms of evidence.

On a notarized document sent to another state…

31.0348 Certificate of authority.

(a) A certificate of authority evidencing the…

31.0349 Apostille.

An Apostille prescribed by the Hague Conventi…

31.0350 Fees.

The Secretary may charge: (1) for issuing a c…

31.0351 Change of address.

(a) Within 10 days after the change of a nota…

31.0352 Change of name.

(a) Within 10 days after the change of notary…

31.0353 Resignation.

(a) A notary who resigns his or her commissio…

31.0354 Disposition of seal and journal.

(a) Except as provided in subsection (b), whe…

31.0355 Death of notary.

If a notary dies during the term of commissio…

31.0356 Liability of notary and employer.

(a) A notary is liable to any person for all…

31.0357 Proximate cause.

Recovery of damages against a notary or emplo…

31.0358 Revocation.

(a) The Secretary may revoke a notary commiss…

31.0359 Other remedial actions for misconduct.

(a) The Secretary may deliver a written Offic…

31.0360 Publications of sanctions and remedial actions.

The Secretary shall regularly publish a list…

31.0361 Criminal sanctions.

(a) In performing a notarial act, a notary is…

31.0362 Additional remedies and sanctions not precluded.

The remedies and sanctions of this chapter do…

31.0363 Impersonation.

Any person not a notary who knowingly acts as…

31.0364 Wrongful possession.

Any person who knowingly obtains, conceals, d…

31.0365 Improper influence.

Any person who knowingly solicits, coerces, o…

31.0366 Additional sanctions not precluded.

History: 2008, PL 30-18. Reviser’s Comment: R…

31.0501 Definitions.

When used in this chapter: (a) “Administrator…

31.0502 Contractors license Board-Terms-Vacancy.

(a) There is established the Contractors’ Lic…

31.0503 Contractors’ license Board-Powers.

The Board has power, subject to the provision…

31.0504 Contractors’ License Administrator-Established.

There is established the position of Contract…

31.0505 Contractors’ license administrator- Powers.

The Administrator has power, subject to the p…

31.0506 License-Required-Penalty for violation.

No person, firm, copartnership, corporation,…

31.0507 License-Classification.

There shall be the following 3 classification…

31.0508 General engineering contractor’s license.

A general engineering contractor’s license sh…

31.0509 General building contractor’s license.

A general building contractor’s license shall…

31.0510 Specialty contractor’s license.

A specialty contractor’s license may be issue…

31.0511 License application-Contents- Issuance or refusal.

(a) Applications for new licenses must be fil…

31.0512 Right to license or renewal.

An applicant or licensee is entitled to the l…

31.0513 Grounds for refusal, revocation, suspension, modification, or limitation of license.

(a) A license may be refused, revoked, suspen…