2020 Arkansas Code
Title 21 - Public Officers and Employees
Chapter 14 - Notaries Public
Subchapter 3 - Arkansas Electronic Notary Public Act
§ 21-14-304. Registration and application

Universal Citation: AR Code § 21-14-304 (2020)
  1. (a)

    1. (1)

      1. (A) The Secretary of State shall require a notary public to register the capability to notarize electronically before performing an electronic notarial act.

      2. (B) The Secretary of State shall promulgate rules to enforce the requirement under subdivision (a)(1)(A) of this section.

    2. (2) A person who seeks to become an electronic notary public shall submit to the Secretary of State:

      1. (A) An application stating the intent to become an electronic notary public on a form provided by the Secretary of State;

      2. (B) An attestation that he or she has not been convicted of a felony; and

      3. (C) A filing fee of twenty dollars ($20.00).

  2. (b) An applicant shall:

    1. (1) Successfully complete an approved training course provided by the Secretary of State; and

    2. (2)

      1. (A) Pass an examination approved by the Secretary of State.

      2. (B) An applicant may attend the examination up to two (2) times in a twelve-month period.

      3. (C) If the applicant does not pass the examination during the time period in subdivision (b)(2)(B) of this section, he or she shall repeat the application process under this section.

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