Clerk of Courts
Notary Information

In the State of Ohio, a notary public is a person appointed and commissioned by the Governor of the State to:
  • Administer oaths required or authorized by law;
  • Take and certify depositions;
  • Take and certify acknowledgments of deeds, mortgages, liens, powers of Attorney, and other written instruments;
  • Receive, make, and record notarial protests.

The Clerk of Courts is responsible for recording notaries and keeping them on file. The cost to file is $5.00 and an extra $2.00 to administer the oath. Please note that you must record your notary in the county that you reside.

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