How long is a notary public commission?
The term of office for a notary public is four years starting with the commencement date stated in the commission issued by the California Secretary of State.
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To be eligible for appointment, a person must:
1). Be a California resident at the time of appointment (unless appointed to serve on a military or naval reservation);
2). Be at least 18 years of age;
3). Complete a course of study approved by the California Secretary of State;
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4). Pass a written, proctored, closed-book examination; and
5). Pass a background check.
A disqualifying crime is any felony.
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