Nevada Notary Surety Bond

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Nevada Notary Bond

Nevada law requires all notaries to have a $10,000 notary surety bond for the duration of their commission. The Nevada notary bond protects the people of Nevada from any mistakes you might make while performing your notarial duties. In order to protect your personal financial assets, we highly recommend you also purchase E&O Insurance.

Nevada bonds and E&O will be emailed within 12-24 hours after placing an order.

Notary E&O Insurance helps protect you from lawsuits arising from the performance of your notarial duties. If you make a mistake, a claim may be made on your bond and you may be sued. Without an E&O policy, you will be fully responsible for reimbursing the bond claim and for the cost of your legal defense.


Nevada Notary Surety Bond

All new and renewing notaries in Nevada are required by state law to have a $10,000 notary bond. Add Notary E&O Insurance covering the term of your commission.

The Travelers bond and insurance combo may only be purchased at the beginning of a commission term. In order to qualify for this product combination, you must meet our underwriting guidelines and purchase within six months of the start of the commission. If you fail to meet the underwriting guidelines, your payment will be refunded.

How to file your notary bond

Send your completed notary application and bond to:

Secretary of State – Notary Division
101 North Carson Street, Suite #3
Carson City, NV 89701-3714

What else do I need to become a Nevada notary?

Notaries in Nevada must have a bond, stamp, and journal.

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