Michigan Notary Service
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Michigan Notary Service
2176 Oakwood Drive Troy, MI 48085

This Website allows you to:

bullet Download a notary application to your computer.
bullet Purchase all your notary supplies
bullet Get up-to-date information on Michigan's notary laws
bullet Contact the Michigan Notary Service for more information

Notary Renewal

The process of renewing your Michigan notary public commission is exactly the same as applying to obtain your first appointment. The application form is the same, and all required information, bond, and state filing fees must be submitted. An Application for Michigan Notary Public Appointment must first be completed with your driver’s license number, full name, name as you wish to be appointed, date of birth, residential address, business address, telephone numbers, and information about your current appointment. Your notary commission certificate will then be mailed directly to your residence address as indicated on the application form. Your notary commission is not valid until you receive your certificate of commission in the mail.

Please note: As of April 1, 2004 all new and renewal notaries MUST comply with the new changes pertaining to Michigan Notary Public Laws (Michigan Notary Public Act PA238 of 2003 has been adopted). Visit the State of Michigan website for information on changes.

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