Notary Journals

Maintaining a notary journal is required by law in many states and strongly recommended in all states. Keeping accurate records of the notarizations you perform is one of the best ways to protect yourself from lawsuits. The journal will document when and where your performed the notarization, as well as details essential to the signing.

As you shop for journals, pay attention to the following features:

  • Hard v. Soft Cover
  • Type of Binding (Sewn, Perfect, Saddle-stitched/stapled)
  • Orientation (Portrait v. Landscape)
  • Number of Pages and Entries

The journals we sell are among the most respected in the industry.

  • Notary Records JournalNotary Journal Features

    Notary Records Journal

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  • Modern Notary Journal (Soft Cover)

    MOJO: Modern Journal of Notarial Events

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    Keeping a notary journal is required by law in 16 states and strongly recommended in the rest.

    A journal is an important chronicle of your notarial actions and can help protect you in the event of future legal proceedings. The Modern Journal meets all state requirements and contains room for nearly 500 entries, with multiple notarizations per entry. Other features include:

    – 128 numbered heavy-weight pages
    – tamper-proof binding and sewn construction
    – time-saving checkboxes
    – complete instructions

    Every attempt has been made to strike the perfect balance between quality and economy – we hope you’ll agree.

  • Classic Notary Journal (Soft Cover)

    Classic Journal of Notarial Events

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