Become a Vermont Notary Public
The Assistant Judges of the County Superior Courts are responsible for the appointment of notaries public in the State of Vermont. To apply as notary public, you are required to review first the Vermont Notary Guide.
Requirements to become a notary public in Vermont:
- At least 18 years old
- A resident or an employee in Vermont, or residing in neighboring state
- Able to speak, read, and write the English language
- No major convictions
Steps to become a Vermont Notary Public:
1. Complete the Application of Notary Public Form. Read and follow the instructions carefully.
2. Take an oath before an active notary public or any officer prescribed by law.
3. Prepare a $30.00 fee via check made payable to "Superior Court of Vermont".
4. Submit all the required documents and fee to your county clerk's office. You can find the addresses and phone numbers of all Vermont Superior Courts here.
5. Once your application is approved, you will then receive your notary commission.
Term of Office
The appointment of a notary public in Vermont is four (4) years.
Vermont Notary Fees
As a Vermont Notary Public, these are the fees for your notary services:
Oaths & Affirmations
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For more information on how to become a Vermont Notary, visit the Vermont Notary Public website at http://vermont-archives.org/notary/index.htm. You can also contact them at (802) 828-3700, or visit their office at 1078 Route 2, Middlesex, Montpelier, Vermont 05633.