Texas e-notary rules
Any Texas Notary Public may perform an electronic notarization. An e-notarization must meet the requirements of any other notarization such as personal appearance of the signer. The electronic seal must meet the same requirements as a conventional seal. All parties must agree to have the notarization done electronically. Please refer to Texas code (law) 322.011
Utah e-notary rules
http://notary.utah.gov/ – please click on the 2010-2011 Study Guide section 3.
Based on the Utah Notary Handbook, notarizing of an electronic signature requires personal appearance and certification of a signature made voluntarily. No other information was given.
Virginia e-notary rules
We are including this information on separate post. Please visit the link below to see that information. The information we have about Virginia e-notarizations is by far the most thorough that we were able to find for any state in the United States. Please see Virginia e-notary rules for more information.
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