Performing Electronic Notarization

You are encouraged to review Section 117.021 and Section 668.50 of the Florida Statutes, as well as research Florida’s Uniform Electronic Transaction Act. There is no additional appointment required; if you are currently appointed as a Florida notary public, you will need to contact any certification authority and research companies that offer digital certificates.

Please be advised, however, electronic notarization does not in any way exempt you from the laws governing notaries public in Florida, so you may wish to review Section 117.107(9) of the Florida Statutes before proceeding. If you need assistance interpreting the law, please consult with a personal attorney.”


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