Sunset Revised Uniform Law On Notarial Acts
- Continues the act for 9 years, until September 1, 2032;
- Repeals the requirement that a certificate evidencing a notarial act performed by a notary public indicate the date of expiration of the notary public's commission; and
- Repeals statutory fees for notarial acts performed by a notary public and requires the secretary of state to adopt rules that prescribe or establish caps for fees that a notary public may charge for notarial acts.
; and Requires the secretary of state to adopt rules that establish minimum requirements for the use of interpreters and translators in the performance of notarial acts.
The bill also:
- Establishes requirements and limitations for the use of interpreters in the facilitation of notarial acts, including a prohibition against the use of an interpreter who has a disqualifying interest, as described in the bill, in the transaction for which a notarial act is being performed;
- Limits the liability of a notarial officer for errors in interpretation made in the facilitation of a notarial act; and
- Appropriates $96,568 for the 2023-24 state fiscal year from the department of state cash fund to the department of state.
(Note: Italicized words indicate new material added to the original summary; dashes through words indicate deletions from the original summary.)
(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)