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Florida Notary Bond

October 9, 2018

The Florida notary bond is a $7,500 "instant issue" bond which costs just $50. The bond is required by the Florida Secretary of State as a prerequisite for licensing. Our agency will file the paperwork filed on your behalf, as required by the state secretary. Call us at 844-589-9732.

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Florida Notaries




Florida notaries are licensed and regulated by the Florida Secretary of State, Notary Commission.

Notary licenses, once granted, are good for 4 years. The $7,500 notary surety bond required is purchased once and lasts for the duration of the notary commission.

In Florida, you will be required to submit the obligation to the surety agency from where you purchased your surety bond (namely, us) and we will submit the application and the surety bond to the Florida Secretary of State.




Florida Notary Bond: Purpose




The $7,500 Florida notary bond is a surety bond required by the Notary Commission as a prerequisite for licensing.

The Commission is also the obligee for this bond.

The notary bond protects others from acts of fraud and criminal malfeasance in their performance of notarial acts.

Of note, the notary bond protects others, only, from wrongful acts committed by a notary.




Florida Notary Bond: Premium




The cost of the Florida notary bond is a one-time premium of just $50.00.

We refer to this surety bond as “instant issue”.

This means that there is no credit check involved.

You will be merely asked to fill out an application --- which we can take right over the phone – pay the one time premium of $50, and the bond will be filed on your behalf by our agency.

The state only accepts original notary bonds, not copies.




Becoming a Notary in Florida




To become a notary public in Florida, you must:

Errors and Omissions Insurance: Insurance which Protects YOU

Whereas the notary bond does not protect the notary, but, rather, others from harmful acts committed by a notary, errors and omissions insurance (E&O insurance) is for the notary and protects the notary.

E&O insurance, however, is not required to obtain the notary license in Florida.




Florida Mortgage Loan Signings and E&O Insurance




Florida notaries whose notarial activities are either exclusively or primarily mortgage loan signings will probably be required (not by the state of Florida --- but by the mortgage, escrow, or title company) to obtain an E&O policy.

Our agency also offers E&O policies in various amounts.

The E&O policies afford the notary certain protections which also reassure the companies which hire notary agents that they are protected against certain notarial missteps which may otherwise cost a notary or signing agency thousands of dollars.




AmeriPro Surety Bonds




AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bonds-only agency which provides surety bonds throughout Florida and nationwide.

We thank you for choosing our agency and we look forward to assisting you with obtaining the notary bond you require.




Call our agency today at 844-589-9732.