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Nebraska Notary Bond
Retail Price: $30.00

$15,000 Notary Bond and Oath

Required by the state of Nebraska to become a Nebraska notary public or to renew a notary public commission.


A notary surety bond protects the public from mistakes you make while performing your notarial duties during the term of your commission that result in damage to the public.

If you would like coverage that protects you from the financial damage that could result from making a notarial mistake, you should consider a Notary Errors & Omissions policy. Subject to policy limits and provisions, an E&O policy will protect you, the notary, from financial harm.


What does the law say about the Nebraska Notary Bond?
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Nebraska Notary Handbook
I. DEFINITIONS:
BOND: A Notary Public bond is conditioned on the faithful performance of the duties of the office of Notary Public and may be recovered to the full amount of the bond by a person suffering damages as a result of a Notary not faithfully performing their duties. A bond in the sum of fifteen thousand ($15,000) dollars, with an incorporated surety company as surety, must be executed, approved by, and filed in the office of the Secretary of State prior to a Notary being commissioned.


Nebraska Notary Law
64-102
Commission; how obtained; bond.
Any person may apply for a commission authorizing the applicant to act as a notary public anywhere in the State of Nebraska, and thereupon the Secretary of State may, at his or her discretion, issue a commission authorizing such notary public to act as such anywhere in the State of Nebraska. A general commission shall not authorize the holder thereof to act as a notary public anywhere in the State of Nebraska until a bond in the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, with an incorporated surety company as surety, has been executed and approved by and filed in the office of the Secretary of State. Upon the filing of such bond with the Secretary of State and the issuance of such commission, such notary public shall be authorized and empowered to perform any and all the duties of a notary public in any and all the counties in the State of Nebraska. Such bond shall be conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of such office. Such person so appointed to the office of notary public shall make oath or affirmation, to be endorsed on such bond, and subscribed by him or her before some officer authorized by law to administer oaths, and by him or her certified thereon, that he or she will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of Nebraska and will faithfully and impartially discharge and perform the duties of the office of notary public.

Source:
Laws 1919, c. 123, 1, p. 293; Laws 1921, c. 99, 2, p. 365; C.S.1922, 4813; C.S.1929, 64-101; Laws 1943, c. 136, 1, p. 468; R.S.1943, 64-102; Laws 1945, c. 145, 2, p. 489; Laws 1967, c. 396, 3, p. 1242; Laws 1988, LB 1030, 47; Laws 2004, LB 315, 4. Effective date July 16, 2004.


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