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TOPIC: How do I file a claim against a notary's bond?

How do I file a claim against a notary's bond? 4 years 11 months ago #1123

A bond is required by the State to be available in order to compensate any individual harmed as a result of a breach of duty by the notary. Individuals harmed can file a claim against the notaries bond for financial damage.

Claims may occur due to signatures which are forged, incomplete or otherwise defective in real estate transactions, motor vehicle transfers and cases where the validity or date of a document may be an issue.

In order to file a claim against a notary bonded through our company you will need to submit the following:

Copy of improperly notarized document
Proof of error or fraud by notary
Letter stating amount of financial damage or loss caused by the notarization
Please send the above information to:

Claims Department
Notary Public Underwriters of Idaho
P.O. Box 16387
Boise, ID 83715-6387

Or fax to:
877-856-1663
Attn: Claims Department

For all questions regarding the status of your filed claim, please contact CNA Surety at 800.331.6053.
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How do I file a claim against a notary's bond? NPU Admin 4 years 11 months ago