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Washington Surety Bonds
Notary Bond


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The Washington 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, and has a four year term. 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.

State of Washington requires the Notary bond.

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Washington Notary Bond Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a Notary Bond?
  • The Notary Bond is for being appointed as a Notary Public for the State of Washington.

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

  • It is the job of the principal to comply with the Governor of the State of Washington.
What is the bond amount and penalty 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 Washington 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 Washington Notary Surety Bond?