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Maine Notary Insurance and Supplies

Notary Public of America now offers notary errors and omissions insurance for Maine notaries. Notary errors and omissions insurance protects the notary from any innocent mistakes that can be made during any notarization. We offer five different policies ranging from $10,000 to $100,000, allowing you to choose the policy that best fits your needs. Get peace of mind today!

The state of Maine does not require notaries to use a seal of office; however, if you would like to use a notary stamp or seal, Notary Public of America offers notary self-inking stamps as well as embossing seals. We take pride in producing high quality products and offer a lifetime guarantee on all notary stamps and notary seals. We are a leading stamp and embossing seal producer in the United States, let us prove it to you!

Notaries in Maine are appointed, commissioned and regulated by the Secretary of State who also maintains notarial records. Notary Public of America does not provide application information. If you need information about how to become a notary public in Maine or renew your current commission, click here to visit the state’s website. To get you started, below is a list of basic criteria that someone looking to become a notary public in Maine will need to follow.

 

Qualifications to Become Maine Notary Public:
  •       Must be at least 18 years old
  •       Must be a resident or a resident of an adjacent state who is regularly employed or carries on a trade or business in Maine
  •       Must demonstrate proficiency in English
  •       May not have had a notary commission revoked for official misconduct in Maine or any other jurisdiction in the five years preceding the date of application
  •       May not have been convicted of a crime punishable by imprisonment for one year or more, or of a lesser offense incompatible with the duties of a notary as defined by rule of the Secretary of State, during the 10 years preceding application for a new or renewed commission

 

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