An Alabama notary bond is a type of surety bond required by the state of Alabama for individuals who want to become notaries public. The bond provides financial protection for the public in case the notary public commits any fraudulent or illegal actions while performing notarial acts. It serves as a guarantee that the notary public will fulfill their duties with honesty and integrity. In the event that the notary public violates any state laws or regulations governing notarial acts, a claim can be filed against the bond to compensate for any financial losses incurred by the public. The required bond amount is $25,000 and must be in place before a notary public can legally perform notarial acts in Alabama.
Always check with the Alabama Secretary Of State "Obligee" for details
Our application process for the Alabama Notary bond is easy. Apply for the Notary bond.
The Alabama Notary Bond amount is currently set at $25,000.
An obligee is the entity that is requiring you to have the Notary bond.
For your convenience you can view a sample copy of the Alabama Notary Bond Form.
Obligee: Alabama Secretary Of State
Street: Po Box 5616