New Year Changes For Notaries Public In CaliforniaCorporate, Legislation
Effective January 1, 2017, some changes affecting notaries public are coming from the California Secretary of State’s Business Programs Division, Notary Public and Special Filings Section
One change regards apostilles. Whereas an individual apostille used to require a separate certificate for each individual country under The Hague Convention of 5 October, 1961, now the apostille will no longer include the country in which it will be represented. When it is presented in a country which is not a party of the convention, the certificate is required to be presented to the consular section of the mission representing that country.
Other changes regard maximum fee increases for some notarial acts and also certain ID requirements, the particulars of which you can find here.
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