Notary Public Bond
Texas Notary Bond:
Rate for $10,000 Texas Notary Bond is only $50/4 years
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All Notary Bonds are issued and emailed to you on the same day.
To Become or Renew a Texas Notary Public in 2 simple steps:
1. Complete the Application for Appointment as a Texas Notary Public.
2. Email your completed Texas notary application with your notary bond to the State of Texas Notary Department . It is that easy.
Cost to become a Notary Public Official:
Texas Notary Application ( $21 ) and Notary Bond ( $50 ) will all Cost $71.00 / 4 year
All you need to do is print, sign and mail your completed application to us. We’ll take care of the rest!
Basic Notary Package: $99.95 for a 4-Year Texas Notary Public Term:
• 4-year $10,000 bond and Texas $21 State Fees– ($71)
• Rectangular or Round self-inking notary seal – ($16 Value)
• Texas notary public record book – ($8 Value)
*Package price does not include shipping and handling, $4.75.
Errors and Omissions Insurance:
Your notary bond protects the public, NOT the notary. But Errors and Omissions insurance will protect you against costly lawsuits. Error & Omission Insurance is underwritten by CNA Surety. Call our Agents to Apply or Print Error & Omissions Insurance application sign and mail in with your check.
• $10,000 Error & Omissions Insurance, Cost $34 ( 4 year term)
• $15,000 Error & Omissions Insurance, Cost $55 ( 4 year term)
• $25,000 Error & omissions Insurance, Cost $75 ( 4 year term)
• $100,000 Error & Omissions Insurance, Cost $205 ( 4 year term)
To Qualify to be a Texas notary public:
• You must be age 18 or older.
• You must be a legal resident of the State of Texas. (No certain length of time is required to establish residency.)
• You must disclose a finding of guilt for any crime (other than a class C misdemeanor) from any jurisdiction regardless whether the case has been appealed. (An applicant who is currently on probation, has charges pending or on appeal, or who has been convicted of a crime of moral turpitude will be automatically denied).