How much does a notary public charge?

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The level of Notary Public fees are not fixed or set by the Faculty Office. Subsequently, each Notary Public practice is free to determine what it considers to be a reasonable fee. One should look for a firm with the most applicable fee to the individual preference.
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Introduction--Functions of a Notary Notaries have been licensed and bonded in a state to administer oaths and verify affirmations. They carry a seal, usually in the form of a stamp,
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If you don't know somewhere that you can get it done for free (Some banks will provide the service free to account holders) then the fee is typically $5 to $15 per document. Richard
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