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New York Notary Insurance and Supplies Shop

Notary Public of America, Inc. provides all the products you need to perform your duties as a New York notary public! We are a top of the line stamp and seal manufacturer providing only the best quality products to notaries nationwide. While the use of a notary seal is not required by New York notary laws, many notaries choose to use a notary stamp or notary embossing seal while performing their notarizations. We are proud of the quality of our products and offer a lifetime guarantee on every stamp, seal and embosser!

Notary Public of America now offers notary public errors & omission insurance for New York notaries! Notary errors & omissions insurance, better known as E&O insurance, protects you, the notary, from costly mistakes made during the notarization process. Even if the suit is baseless, you may still face a costly legal bill just for defending yourself. Notarial losses are becoming more common every day, gain peace of mind by purchasing a notary E&O policy that best fits your needs.

Notary Public of America does not provide commissioning services to New York notary applicants. To learn more about becoming a New York notary public and taking the state-required notary examination, please visit the Department of State’s Division of Licensing Services website on notaries public. To help you get started, we have listed the qualifications to become a New York notary public below.

 

An Applicant for a New York Notary Public Commission:
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must be a person of good moral character
  • Must be a citizen or permanent resident alien of the United States
  • Must be a resident of New York or have an office or place of business in New York
  • Must have the equivalent of a ‘common school education’
  • Must have not been convicted of a felony or certain misdemeanor crimes, unless an executive pardon or a parole board certificate of good conduct has been received
  • Must provide a ‘pass slip’ showing that he or she has taken and passed the notary public examination
 
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