Notary Public
Thursday July 09, 2020

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50 Church Street, Windsor Locks, CT 06096

Notary Public Services
 
The Town Clerk’s office provides Notary services for Windsor Locks residents only.   

We do not notarize documents relating to land in Windsor Locks, nor will we notarize wills. 

 

 

Becoming a Notary of the Public 


Any person who is a resident of Connecticut or who has his/her principal place of business in Connecticut and is eighteen years of age or older may apply to become a Notary Public in the State of Connecticut.  The application for appointment as a notary public must be completed in the applicant's own handwriting, and filed, along with the non-refundable statutory fee of 120.00 with the Office of the Secretary of the State.

For more information, please CLICK HERE


The examination is incorporated into the notary public application form and must be completed by each applicant.  All questions on the exam must be answered correctly before an applicant will be appointed a notary public.  An application may be returned to an applicant because of an error or incompleteness. 
Each notary public is appointed by the Secretary of the State for a term of five years, beginning on the date of appointment and ending of the last day of the anniversary month five years later.   The appointment is evidenced by a Certificate of Appointment bearing the notary's name. 

Upon receiving the Certificate of Appointment, and before performing any notarial act, the notary must take an oath of office.  The appointment and oath of office must be recorded within thirty (30) days of having received the Certificate of Appointment with the town clerk in the town in which the notary resides.  The filing fee for recording the notary's commission and the oath is twenty dollars ($20.00).


You may obtain a Notary Public Manual from the Secretary of State's office by CLICKING HERE.

 

Renew Your Notary of the Public 

Customers may now apply for a new notary public license online and renewals are very fast and easy through the fast track renewal process.  Customers may pay the filing fee using any major credit/debit card or through ACH (electronic check).  Please see the notary public page for additional information https://portal.ct.gov/notary.

If you have additional questions, please contact the Secretary of State office by calling (860) 509-6002 or by emailing crd@ct.gov.

There is a $20.00 fee to file a notary certificate with the Town. 

 

Active Notary of Public Licenses

Look-up an individual notary public licenses in the system and see if it is active. https://www.elicense.ct.gov/Lookup/LicenseLookup.aspx 

 

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