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Title Remote Notaries Protect Privacy
Status House Committee on State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Refer Amended to Finance (02/14/2019)
Bill Subjects
  • State Government
House Sponsors M. Duran (D)
T. Carver (R)
Senate Sponsors R. Rodriguez (D)
House Committee State, Veterans, and Military Affairs
Senate Committee
Date Introduced 01/30/2019
Description

Current law requires an individual who wishes to have a document
notarized to appear personally before the notary public. The bill
authorizes notaries public to perform a notarial act on behalf of an
individual who is not in the notary's physical presence, but only with
respect to an electronic document.
To perform a remote notarization, a notary must use an

electronic system that conforms to standards established by rules of the
secretary of state, including using real-time audio-video communication.
The bill establishes the standards that a notary must comply with to have
satisfactory evidence of the identity of the individual seeking the remote
notarization.
A notary and the operator of a remote notarization system are
prohibited from using personal information collected during a remote
notarization for any purpose other than completing the notarial act or as
necessary to effect, administer, enforce, service, or process the transaction
for which the information was provided.

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