Indiana Notary Assistance helps people who want to learn how to become a notary in Indiana with same-day notary bonds.
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What is a notary public bond?
A bond is like an insurance policy but rather than protect the notary, it protects the public whenever the notary fails in their capacity to act according to their commission. Unlike an insurance policy, a bond is simply a “guarantee to pay” and can reimburse the injured party (public) for damages when a loss occurs. The State of Indiana requires a $25,000 bond. This bond must be valid for the eight (8) year term of the notary’s commission. While freehold bonds have been allowed in the past, they are no longer accepted.