$5,000 Arizona Notary Bond – CBIC

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4-year, $5,000 Arizona Notary Bond – required to become a notary in Arizona. This $5,000 notary bond comes with complimentary $5,000 E&O coverage. If you would like additional coverage, select one of the options below.


Bonds protect the public, E&O insurance protects you. Adding an E&O Policy to your Arizona notary bond is the best and most affordable way to protect yourself from potential financial harm.

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$5,000 Arizona Notary Bond – CBIC

This 4 year, $5,000 Arizona notary bond is required for all applying Arizona notaries public. E&O can be purchased up to $35,000. This can be delivered electronically via email in most instances. 

What is a notary bond?

First, a notary public bond is the same as a surety bond. The notary public bond is not an insurance policy for the notary public. The bond is designed only to provide a limited source of funds for paying claims against the notary public. The notary public remains personally liable to the full extent of any damages sustained and may be required to reimburse the bonding company for sums paid by the company because of misconduct or negligence of the notary public.

What is E&O Insurance?

Errors & Omissions insurance (E&O) is liability coverage built to protect your personal and professional assets. E&O insurance protects you in case you make a mistake, causing your client to suffer financial harm. E&O insurance has a no deductible. 

Without E&O insurance, the notary public remains personally liable to the full extent of any damages sustained by the client. Most likely, the notary will be required to reimburse the bonding company out of pocket.

State-required notary bonds do not protect the notary. This is a common misconception. 

Is E&O insurance required by law? E&O insurance is not required, but why take the risk? Protecting yourself with E&O insurance guarantees YOU financial protection and peace of mind.

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