Notarize from the convenience of your office or home. Save hours on in-person notarization for you and your clients.
Point and click to create documents, invite signers, add notary stamps, and more. Signers can join on mobile or tablet.
Record notarial acts and eliminate fraud with secure ID verification and state-approved software.
Click on the map for RON law status and product availability in your state.
Starting at $59/mo for PandaDoc Enterprise + $10 per notarized transaction. Volume discounts available.
Safeguard your documents and store unlimited audio-video recordings of every notarial act.
PandaDoc Notary is state-approved.
Users can join on mobile or tablet, confirm their ID, and sign the document. Why sit in front of a computer?
Reduce fraud with secure ID verification that adheres to state standards. KBA questions and ID credential validation included in every transaction.
Trace every notarial transaction with unlimited audio-visual session recordings and cloud-based electronic journaling.
Upload and notarize multiple documents in the same session with multiple signers.
“Although this is a new platform, I found it to be an easy one to navigate. As long as you pay attention to detail, and the training video provided, one could do fine. If you’re looking for a user-friendly notary platform that…”
“Once I got up to speed, this quickly became my preferred method of estate planning document execution after the pandemic. Good UX/UI, intuitive functionality, ease of use for even the most technologically challenged.”
“It has all the boxes and lines of where things need to be filled out. As the notary, you can drag and drop whatever you need onto the screen. It stores your videos, journal entries, and offers all the tools you need to notarize documents.”
Remote Online Notarization (RON) is a notarization where all documents, signatures, and seals are completed in electronic form. RON uses real-time, audiovisual technology to bring the notary and signer together.
PandaDoc Notary provides businesses and their notary with everything they need to get started, including a robust Journal with recordings of the session, audit trail, and a tamper proof document that is sealed with an X509 certificate.
Remote online notarizations allow notaries and clients to meet face-to-face online, in real-time, using audiovisual technology. This is distinct from traditional, in-person notarizations, where the notary and the signers must be physically present in the same location. Multi-point, identity verification, including personal identification, is used to ensure the integrity of the notarial transaction.
PandaDoc Notary can perform any notarization that is legal for Remote Online Notarization in the state where the notary is commissioned. Some documents, such as birth certificates, death certificates, and court documents often require in-person notarizations or qualified witnesses. It’s always best to check with the party that requires the notarized document to make sure that online notarizations are acceptable.
In 2011, Virginia became the first state to legalize Remote Online Notarization (RON). In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic underscored the need for further use of RON, and almost every state enacted legislation or executive orders allowing for its legal use.
Each state has its own specific set of laws and regulations that determine how RON services must be carried out. This includes stipulations that both notaries and signers will need to be aware of and prepared for. For this reason, we encourage you to confirm legality with your Secretary of State or click here to check the status.
PandaDoc Notary allows in-house notaries that you employ to use the platform.
Yes, in many cases, based on the relevant state laws, PandaDoc Notary can provide notarizations for U.S. citizens located abroad.
The Model Electronic Notarization Act of 2017 (MENA) sets a precedent that establishes that as long as the notarial act was carried out in compliance with the laws of the jurisdiction where it was committed, it can be recognized across state lines. This precedent is consistent with previous legislation that allows traditional notarial acts to be recognized across state lines as well.