The states that have no new notary agencies will have no state notaries, as of Jan. 1, 2020.
These include Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia.
But as of July 1, 2021, the states that are not represented in the new Notary Commission will be allowed to appoint notary agents and issue bonds.
This is expected to help with compliance issues, including when a person dies or moves away.
These states are New York (New York Law Commission) and Connecticut (Connecticut Law Commission).
The state of Hawaii will have two notary commissions, the Hawaii Law Commission and the Hawaii State Board of Elections.
The state-run Office of the Secretary of State in New Jersey will be merged with the Office of Public Records.
And the state-controlled Office of Financial Services in New York will merge with the New York State Board for State Administration.
These state-created notary commission are expected to create about 3,500 new notaries.
And, they are expected also to improve the state’s record keeping for notaries and other public officials.
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These commissions are supposed to create notarial posts, but the law requires notaries to be state employees.
The new law also mandates that notaries be licensed and credentialed by the state.
A person who is licensed to do notarial work must also pass a background check.
New York has the most notaries in the country, according to the state Notary Board.
The commission is required to hire notaries from the state, which can include local officials, state employees and people employed in private firms.
The law also says that a person who has not been certified by the State Board is not required to have an annual notarial license.
It also says, however, that a notary may refuse to take the exam or report it to a licensing board if it finds that a certificate issued by the board is inaccurate.
If a person fails to get an annual license, the commission can require that person to provide proof of that failure and pay a fee.
The fee is $1,000.
A commission spokesman said the commission will continue to issue a notarial certificate to notaries who have not passed an exam.
These new state agencies have a range of services, including notaries with the authority to administer a bond, which must be filed with the commission before the bond is issued.
The states of Connecticut and Hawaii are expected the commission to create the first new state-issued bond, although the commission spokesman did not provide any details about the creation of the new bond.
New Jersey has not announced its new agency yet, but it is expected in 2020 to issue bonds that would be subject to state law.
If New Jersey issues its own bond, it will need to make sure the bond meets certain conditions, such as having a state-owned bank, a state attorney general, an attorney general of the United States, a governor or a state superintendent.
The New Jersey notary association said in a statement that the notary board is reviewing the proposal.
But the notarial board is not a governmental agency and does not have authority to issue new bonds.
The notary group said that it will not participate in the effort, which has been widely criticized.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.