Remote Notarization in Massachusetts (As far as MassNAELA is aware, Remote Notarization was extended through March 31, 2023.)

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Disclaimer: The information provided below should not be considered legal advice. If you are concerned about the accuracy of this information or have further questions you should seek the advice of an attorney. This information was last updated on April 29, 2020 or as of the date specified below.


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The complete text of the Remote Notarization Law

Webinar regarding the Remote Notarization Law held on April 27, 2020 (Please note that since the recording of this webinar the Remote Notarization Bill has been signed into Law by the Governor.)

Webinar regarding Ethical Considerations regarding the Remote Notarization Law recorded on May 6, 2020

FAQs and Best Practices

Checklist for Virtual Notarization

Sample Affidavit and Clauses