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- 10 USC 936: Armed Forces, Authority to administer oaths and to act as notary.
- 10 U.S.C. 1044a: Armed Forces, Authority to act as a notary.
- 33 U.S.C. 875: National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, Powers of Officers as Notaries.
- Ohio Revised Code Chapter 147: NOTARIES PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONERS
- 147.01: Appointment and commission of notaries public - notary public for state.
- 147.02: Certificate of qualifications.
- 147.03: Term of office - oath - removal for violating oath.
- 147.04: Seal and register.
- 147.05: Commission to be recorded - fee.
- 147.06: Certified copy of commission as evidence - fee.
- 147.07: Powers - jurisdiction.
- 147.08: Fees.
- 147.09: Protests are evidence.
- 147.10: Notary public acting after commission expires.
- 147.11: Forfeiture.
- 147.12: Acts done by notary public after term valid.
- 147.13: Removal for receiving excess fees.
- 147.14: Removal from office for certifying affidavit without administering oath.
- 147.31: [Repealed].
- 147.32: Representatives of veterans' organizations may be appointed as commissioners of the state.
- 147.33: to 147.36 [Repealed].
- 147.37: Fees for commissions.
- 147.371: Duplicate commission.
- 147.38: [Repealed].
- 147.39: Prior notarial acts by armed forces officers valid.
- 147.40: Manner of taking depositions.
- 147.51: Notarial acts.
- 147.52: Notarial acts by authorized person.
- 147.53: Taking an acknowledgment.
- 147.54: Recognized certificate of acknowledgment.
- 147.541: Acknowledged before me defined. (Revised eff. 09/29/2017)
- 147.542: Acknowledgment by electronic communications device. (New eff. 09/29/2017)
- 147.543: Commission as electronic notary public; registration. (New eff. 09/29/2017)
- 147.55: Statutory short forms of acknowledgment.
- 147.56: Notarial act performed prior to January 1, 1974.
- 147.57: Uniformity of the law.
- 147.58: Uniform recognition of acknowledgments act.
- 147.99: Penalty.
- Ohio Revised Code 5.04: State coat of arms.
- Ohio Revised Code 5.10: State seal.
GOVERNMENT WEB SITES
CLEVELAND LAW LIBRARY BOOKS
- Ohio State Bar Association, CLE Institute, Professionalism, Law Office Management, and Client Funds Management: and, Ohio Notary Law. Columbus, OH: Ohio State Bar Association, 2015. KF306.P765 2015
- Rill, Roger, Beyond the Stamp: Ohio Notary Law. Columbus OH: Ohio State Bar Association, 2011. KFO526.N6 B4 2011
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