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Nebraska: Emergency Rule, Early Implementation of Online Notary Public Act

April 2, 2020 - In effect through June 30, 2020, at which time the Online Notary Public Act becomes operative by its own terms. These emergency regulations will be replaced with codified regulations.

The Nebraska Secretary of State has adopted emergency rules effective April 2, 2020 to immediately implement Nebraska’s Online Notary Public Act, Neb. Rev. Stat. §§64-401 through 64-418. The emergency rules temporarily lift some requirements of law (for example, under the rule an Online Notary Public applicant need not take an approved course as a condition of registration, but still must take the course within 30 days of being notified by the Secretary of State that the course is available).

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Nebraska: Governor’s Executive Order to Implement the Online Notary Public Act

On April 1, 2020, Governor Pete Ricketts waived the delayed (July 1, 2020) effective date provision of Nebraska’s Online Notary Public Act, and ordered the Secretary of State to “immediately commence implementation of the Act.”  

You may view the entire executive order here.

 

The content of this post was provided by the American Society of Notaries. ASN is the nation's original non-profit association that exists to provide its members with education, professional service and technical support; promoting high ethical standards; and increasing public awareness of notaries' valuable contributions.

Texas Notary Coronavirus Response Advisory: Extended Texas Driver License Expiration Dates

Notary Public Underwriters Agency of Texas, Inc. advises all Texas Notaries that by order of Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has temporarily waived expiration dates for certain Texas identification cards, including Driver Licenses, Commercial Driver Licenses and other identification forms. This measure suspends the need to venture into a public setting in order to renew an expiring or expired license.

Under terms of the order ....

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Alabama Governor's Proclamation (03-26-2020)

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Governor of Alabama has issued a supplemental proclamation that includes a provision allowing Alabama Notaries who are also licensed Alabama attorneys or who are being supervised by a licensed Alabama attorney the use of "videoconferencing programs" for the duration of the public health emergency unless rescinded or extended by proclamation. 

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Coronavirus Update: Keeping Our Team, Customers and Community Safe and Healthy

We understand the growing concern surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) for people everywhere, including notaries, and share in the collective duty of businesses to do their part to help end this epidemic. 

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