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TOPIC: Am I required to keep a record of my notarial acts

Am I required to keep a record of my notarial acts 3 years 11 months ago #1132

No. Kansas law does not require notaries to keep a record book. However, the Secretary of State's Office recommends notaries keep a record of all official notarial acts in a journal or record book. Although not required, you should record at least the following information: the date of the notarial act, the type of act performed, the type of document, the name, address and signature of each person whose signature was notarized, and any special notes or comments about the notarization. Our Kansas notary public record book complies with the suggestions of the Secretary of State's Office for record keeping. Be sure to include this item on your order form with your application, contact us to order by telephone at (800) 826-2297 or order online through our supplies section.
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