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    Michigan Department of State
    Office of the Great Seal
    Notary Public Information

    The Michigan Notary Public Act provides that a notary public may charge up to $10.00 for performing a notarial act.. Additional fees for travel may be negotiated between the notary and the client prior to the commencement of the travel.

    The oath and bond filing fee at the county level is $10.00. Charter counties with a population of 2,000,000 or more may charge a different fee. The application fee to be forwarded to the Office of the Great Seal with the completed application is an additional $10.00, in the form of a check payable to the "State of Michigan."

    The fee for obtaining a duplicate commission is $10.00.

    A county clerk may collect a processing fee of $10.00 for certifying a notarial act of a notary public.

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     •  What is a Notary Public?
     •  Qualifications
     •  Application Process
     •  Surety Bond Information
     •  Oath of Office
     •  Length of Appointment
     •  Notarization of Document(s)
     •  Record Keeping
     •  Jurat vs. Acknowledgements - Which One??
     •  Foreign Language Documents
     •  Prohibitions
     •  Liability
     •  Notary Signing Agents
     •  Changes/Corrections/Duplicate Certificates
     •  Michigan Department of Corrections Employees Only
     •  Notary Complaints
     •  E-Notarization (Michigan does not participate)
     •  For Further Information
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