eNotarization is official in Colorado now.
Colorado allows the use of Remote Online Notarization (RON) services. On December 31, 2020, it was declared legal. Because of the simplicity of RON's document notarization services and in an effort to stop the COVID-19 pandemic, Senate Bill 20-096 legalized the practice.
RON enables remote notarization of documents by bringing together signers and authorized public notaries online. Digital signatures and digital stamps are used to approve the papers for notarization on the RON platform, which uses audio-video technology to complete the notarization procedure.
Notaries must pass a RON training course and exam to become public notaries and notarize documents through RON. They must also be commissioned as a Colorado Notary public.
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The Most Common Documents for Remote Online
Power of Attorney
Passport Parental Consent
Deed of Trust
Unclaimed Property Form
Application for Duplicate Title
Affidavit of Forgery
Parental Consent for Travel
Bill of Sale
Temporary Guardianship Agreement
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Frequently Asked Questions
If I notarize a document online in Colorado, will it be recognized by other states?
Yes, Colorado's online notarial actions will typically be accepted by other states, even those that have not yet enacted RON legislation. The specifications may change based on the laws of the other state.
Do the signers have to be physically located in Colorado to receive services from a Colorado online notary?
The document's signers might or might not be present in Colorado when the document is notarized. For Remote Online Notarization in Colorado, the notary must be physically present within the state's borders.
What are the charges for online Notarization?
The charges for notarizing documents on our platform start as low as 14.95$. Each additional seal or sign starts at $6.00.
What Are the Requirements for a Colorado Remote Notary?
For more info about Colorado state requirements to become an online Notary, visit - https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/notary/FAQ/remote.html
How do remote notarizations work in Colorado?
In Colorado, Remote Online Notarization is completely a digital process. Through an audio-video conference, the signer appears in front of the notary, and they interact in order to sign and notarize the document. The video conversation is recorded and kept for further use.