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Nevada Surety Bonds
Notary Bond


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The Nevada Notary surety bond costs $50.00 plus shipping costs and fees. Your final price will appear on the next page. The bond is issued in the amount of $10,000. EZ Surety Bonds instantly emails an electronic PDF version of the Notary surety bond, and mails a wet-signature version of the bond the same day. For trackable overnight delivery of the wet-signature version of the Notary bond, select FedEx for an additional fee.

The State of Nevada requires the Notary bond.

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Nevada Notary Bond Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a Notary Bond?
  • The Notary Bond is required when the principal wishes to be licensed to engage as a notary public in the State of Nevada.

  • The Notary Bond is a binding agreement between the Principal and Obligee (State of Nevada), backed by the Surety Company.

  • It is the job of the principal to comply with the laws, rules, ordinances, and regulations in the State of Nevada.
What is the bond amount and price of the Notary Surety Bond?
  • The bond amount of the Notary Surety Bond is $10,000.

  • The Notary Bond costs $50, plus shipping costs and fees.
How long does the Notary Surety Bond last?
  • The State of Nevada Notary Surety Bond has a 4 year term, which means the bond will remain in effect until 4 years after the Start or Effective Date (Date Bond Should Start).
What Surety Company writes the Nevada Notary Surety Bond?