Online notarization in Nevada: Get your document notarized today


Is Online Notarization Legal in Nevada?

Yes. Remote Online Notarization (RON) services are legal in Nevada for notaries that are commissioned to practice online notarization.

Nevada Remote Online Notarization (RON) has been legal since December, 2018 thanks to NV Assembly Bill 413. This makes it one of the first states to adopt the practice.

Nevada remote notaries must receive authorization from the Secretary Of State, as well as hold a current traditional notary commission and contract with a RON technology provider.

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Approved RON providers in Nevada

PandaDoc Notary
Digital Delivery, Inc.
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Online Notary Center, Inc.
First American Title Insurance Company
Figure Technologies, Inc.
Qualia Labs, Inc.
Nexsys Clear Sign
Notarize Inc. 
MetLife Legal Plans, Inc.
SIGNiX, Inc.
Cyberize It, LLC
Simplifile LC


How does Remote Online Notarization work in Nevada?

Nevada Remote Online Notarization services must meet certain requirements to be considered valid.

What types of notarizations are permitted online in Nevada?

In Nevada, remote notaries are authorized to perform the following types of notarial acts:

  • Executing a jurat: Verifications confirming the veracity of documents. 
  • Taking an acknowledgement: An official acknowledgment from a signer to a notary that a document has been willingly signed. 
  • Administering an oath or affirmation: A solemn promise of truthfulness by a signer or witness.
  • Certifying a copy of a record: A notary certifies that a copy of a document is true and accurate.

What do I need to notarize a document online in Nevada?

To receive Nevada Remote Online Notarization, there are a series of steps you will have to follow to ensure the notarization is valid. You should first contact your county recorder to confirm that they accept electronically signed and notarized documents. 

Using an online notary is quicker and cheaper than using traditional notary services. It also provides a greater level of security against fraud protection. Let’s take a look at the process in more detail in order to better understand these benefits.

Requirements for when appearing before a Nevada remote online notary

Online notarization makes it easier than ever to appear before a notary. Rather than having to schedule a place and time to meet with a traditional or mobile notary service in advance, the notary and signers can all be in different locations. 

While an online notary in Nevada is required to perform their duties within the state boundaries, the signers can appear for the notarization from anywhere in the world. By allowing signers and notaries to appear via video conference for a notarization, RON makes appearing faster, safer, and easier than traditional in-person notarization. 

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If you are looking for a Nevada online notary service, PandaDoc Notary can support you with a fast, secure, and 100% state-compliant solution for Remote Online Notarization that won’t break your bank.



If I notarize a document online in Nevada, will it be recognized by other states?

Yes. Online notarial acts performed in Nevada will generally be recognized by other states, including ones that have not yet adopted RON law. While the specifics may vary depending on the other state’s requirements, established precedents have set forth that notarial acts carried out within compliance with the applicable state RON law can be recognized as valid across state lines

Do the signers have to be physically located in Nevada to receive services from a Nevada Remote Online Notarization provider?

The signers of the document do not need to be physically located within the boundaries of the state of Nevada at the time of notarization. To provide Nevada Remote Online Notarization, however, the notary must be physically located within the state boundaries.


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