2018 Indiana Code
TITLE 33. Courts and Court Officers
ARTICLE 42. NOTARIES PUBLIC
CHAPTER 12. Commission Requirements and Qualifications
33-42-12-3. Notice of changes to secretary of state

Universal Citation: IN Code § 33-42-12-3 (2018)
IC 33-42-12-3 Notice of changes to secretary of state

     Note: This version of section effective until 7-1-2019. See also following version of this section, effective 7-1-2019.

     Sec. 3. (a) A notary public shall notify the secretary of state not later than thirty (30) days after any change to the following information associated with the notary public:

(1) Name.

(2) Residential address.

(3) Mailing address.

(4) Personal electronic mail address.

(5) Personal telephone number.

(6) Employer's:

(A) Address.

(B) Name.

(C) Telephone number.

     (b) A notary public shall file the following documents with the secretary of state upon any change to the notary name on file with the secretary of state's office:

(1) A rider or other record issued by the notary's surety reflecting the change of name.

(2) An example of the notary's new, official signature.

     (c) A notary public shall notify the secretary of state of the following occurrences not later than fourteen (14) days after they occur:

(1) The notary public is convicted of a felony offense involving deceit, dishonesty, or fraud.

(2) The notary public is found to have acted deceitfully, dishonestly, or fraudulently in any disciplinary action or legal proceeding.

(3) The notary public has a notary commission denied, restricted, or revoked in a state other than Indiana.

     (d) The commission of a notary public who is:

(1) no longer a citizen or resident of Indiana; or

(2) primarily employed by the state of Indiana;

shall be treated as resigned.

As added by P.L.128-2017, SEC.20.

 

IC 33-42-12-3 Change to notary public information; notice

     Note: This version of section effective 7-1-2019. See also preceding version of this section, effective until 7-1-2019.

     Sec. 3. (a) A notary public shall notify the secretary of state not later than thirty (30) days after any change to the following information associated with the notary public:

(1) Name.

(2) Mailing address.

(3) Personal electronic mail address.

(4) Personal telephone number.

(5) Employer's:

(A) address;

(B) name; and

(C) telephone number.

     (b) A notary public shall file the following documents with the secretary of state upon any change to the notary public's name on file with the secretary of state's office:

(1) A rider or other record issued by the notary public's surety reflecting the change of name.

(2) An example of the notary public's new, official signature.

     (c) A notary public shall notify the secretary of state of the following occurrences not later than fourteen (14) days after they occur:

(1) The notary public is convicted of a felony offense involving deceit, dishonesty, or fraud.

(2) The notary public is found to have acted deceitfully, dishonestly, or fraudulently in any disciplinary action or legal proceeding.

(3) The notary public has a commission as a notary public denied, restricted, or revoked in a state other than Indiana.

     (d) The commission of a notary public who is no longer:

(1) a citizen or resident of Indiana; or

(2) primarily employed by the state of Indiana;

shall be treated as resigned.

As added by P.L.128-2017, SEC.20. Amended by P.L.59-2018, SEC.56.

 

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