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Online Notary in Tennessee

Online Notary, also known as remote online notarization (RON), is our virtual service that allows you to notarize legal documents in Tennessee or anywhere else in the United States. 

Like with traditional notarization, an online notary public can verify your identity and signature. The important difference is that online notarization happens virtually using a secure online connection. Making LawDepot’s Online Notary services a safe, easy, and accessible way to notarize your documents from work or home.

Does Tennessee allow online notarization?

Yes, Tennessee is a state that permits online notarization. This is possible due to the signing of Senate Bill 1758, which put the Online Notary Public Act into effect. on July 1st, 2019. This bill permits notaries within Tennessee to provide their services digitally.

In addition, the Full Faith and Credit Clause supports online notarization as it requires all states to recognize notarial acts performed in one state as valid in another. Online Notary is also possible through the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, which recognizes an e-signature as a legal form of signing a document.

How much does it cost for Tennesseans to notarize online?

Tennessee allows notaries to charge up to $25 for remote online notarization (Tenn. Code § 8-16-311).

LawDepot’s Online Notary service aligns with the mandated pricing, as it’s just $25 for the first seal and $10 for each additional seal. Notarization can be completed from your place of work or home in just minutes, saving you time and travel costs.

What documents can Tennesseans notarize with LawDepot?

LawDepot’s Online Notary service can notarize several legal documents to validate them for Tennessee citizens. These include:

Documents Tennesseans can’t notarize with LawDepot

Copies of vital documents cannot be notarized. These documents include very personal information about a person’s life events. Notaries cannot verify if a copy is true to the original. Only government agencies that keep the documents on record can verify their authenticity.

LawDepot’s Online Notary cannot notarize copy certification, which is also known as certified copies. The following documents also can’t be notarized with LawDepot:

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