Concept

Notary public (New York)

Summary
Notaries public in New York are commissioned by the Secretary of State of New York after passing a short examination in law and procedure and submitting an application for appointment accompanied by the proper fees. A notary's commission is received from and kept on file with the county clerk of the county in which they reside or do business, but notaries are empowered to actually perform their duties anywhere in the state. Requirements Notaries public must be residents of the state or have an office or place of business in the state. Attorneys at law with the exception of taking and passing the initial, written notary examination, must follow the same appointment and re-appointment process as non-lawyers; lawyers are not automatically appointed as notaries because they are licensed as lawyers. Someone who is a commissioner or inspector of elections may also be a notary. County clerk employees may be appointed a notary without submitting
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