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No. All documents must be signed in the Office of the County Registrar in front of the Registrar or deputy clerk.
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A Notary Public must be sworn in in the county of the applicant's residence. St. Charles County applicants may be sworn in at the Office of the County Registrar located at 201 N. Second St., Room 541, St. Charles, M) 63301.
Notaries are not renewable. All Notary Publics must re-apply every four years.
The County Registrar’s Office fee for recording the notary commission and administering the oath is $5 (additional fee if using a credit card for payment). Additional fees to become a Notary Public include a $25 fee made payable to the State Director of Revenue to file the application to become a Notary, a four-year notary surety bond acquired through an insurance or bonding company at the cost of approximately $50, and a journal and notary seal acquired through any office supply store at a cost of approximately $150.
Please check that the date of commission and your county of residence is correct. The date of commission should be indicated on the bond. If the space on the bond is blank where the beginning date of the commission should be, please fill in the proper beginning date. If the date or county of residence is incorrect, the applicant will need to contact the insurance company to obtain a rider to correct the Surety Bond.