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How to Renew Your Oklahoma Notary Commission

An Oklahoma notary is appointed by the secretary of state to serve the public as an impartial and unbiased witnesses to document signings. An Oklahoma notary serves for a four-year commission term and performs a variety of official notarial acts. At the end of your Oklahoma notary term, you may need to renew your notary commission.

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Find a Notary in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Secretary of State appoints individuals of proven integrity to serve as impartial and unbiased witnesses to document signings. Oklahoma notaries public serve four-year terms and perform a crucial public role in Oklahoma in reducing fraud by confirming the identity of signers.

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How Much It Costs to Become a Notary in Oklahoma

Oklahoma notaries are individuals of proven integrity who verify the identification of signers and witness document signings to help deter fraud. If you have ever considered becoming a notary in Oklahoma, you probably want to know how much it costs to become an Oklahoma notary public. This article will outline the costs associated with becoming a notary in the state of Oklahoma. 

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Oklahoma notary bonds and errors and omissions insurance policies provided by this insurance agency, the American Association of Notaries, Inc., are underwritten by Western Surety Company (established 1900). Kal Tabbara is a licensed insurance agent in Oklahoma.