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41-364. Change of address; lost or stolen electronic journal or seal; civil penalty

A. Within thirty days after the change of an electronic notary's mailing, residential or electronic address, the electronic notary shall deliver to the secretary of state, by certified mail or other means providing a receipt, a signed notice of the change that provides both the old and new addresses.

B. Within ten days after the loss or theft of an official journal or any materials or processes used in creating an electronic notary token or registering notary service electronic certificate applicants, the electronic notary shall deliver to the secretary of state, by certified mail or other means providing a receipt, a signed notice of the loss or theft. The electronic notary also shall inform the appropriate law enforcement agency in the case of theft.

C. If an electronic notary fails to comply with subsection A or B, the electronic notary has failed to fully and faithfully discharge the duties of an electronic notary and the secretary of state may impose against the electronic notary a civil penalty in an amount the secretary of state prescribes by rule. The electronic notary shall pay any civil penalty imposed by the secretary of state pursuant to this subsection before the renewal of the notary's commission.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-364

41-364. Change of address; lost or stolen electronic journal or seal; civil penalty

A. Within thirty days after the change of an electronic notary's mailing, residential or electronic address, the electronic notary shall deliver to the secretary of state, by certified mail or other means providing a receipt, a signed notice of the change that provides both the old and new addresses.

B. Within ten days after the loss or theft of an official journal or any materials or processes used in creating an electronic notary token or registering notary service electronic certificate applicants, the electronic notary shall deliver to the secretary of state, by certified mail or other means providing a receipt, a signed notice of the loss or theft. The electronic notary also shall inform the appropriate law enforcement agency in the case of theft.

C. If an electronic notary fails to comply with subsection A or B, the electronic notary has failed to fully and faithfully discharge the duties of an electronic notary and the secretary of state may impose against the electronic notary a civil penalty in an amount the secretary of state prescribes by rule. The electronic notary shall pay any civil penalty imposed by the secretary of state pursuant to this subsection before the renewal of the notary's commission.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-364

41-364. Change of address; lost or stolen electronic journal or seal; civil penalty

A. Within thirty days after the change of an electronic notary's mailing, residential or electronic address, the electronic notary shall deliver to the secretary of state, by certified mail or other means providing a receipt, a signed notice of the change that provides both the old and new addresses.

B. Within ten days after the loss or theft of an official journal or any materials or processes used in creating an electronic notary token or registering notary service electronic certificate applicants, the electronic notary shall deliver to the secretary of state, by certified mail or other means providing a receipt, a signed notice of the loss or theft. The electronic notary also shall inform the appropriate law enforcement agency in the case of theft.

C. If an electronic notary fails to comply with subsection A or B, the electronic notary has failed to fully and faithfully discharge the duties of an electronic notary and the secretary of state may impose against the electronic notary a civil penalty in an amount the secretary of state prescribes by rule. The electronic notary shall pay any civil penalty imposed by the secretary of state pursuant to this subsection before the renewal of the notary's commission.

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