Updated on June 29th, 2023
A North Dakota notary acknowledgment is used by a notary public to verify the signature and identity of an individual signing a sensitive document. The form assures the signing individual is who they say they are and that they are signing the document freely and without coercion. The acknowledgment form must contain the date, name of the signee, and the notary’s stamp and signature.
A notary public in North Dakota must renew their commission every four years (§ 44-06.1-20(5))
Is Online Notarization Legal in North Dakota?
Yes, the passing of House Bill 1110 permits the use of Remote Online Notarization (RON) in North Dakota as of August 1, 2009.
Statute: § 44-06.1-13.1
NORTH DAKOTA NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT
State of North Dakota
County of [COUNTY]
This record was acknowledged before me on [MM/DD/YYYY] by [SIGNATORY NAME].
(Signature of notarial officer)
[TITLE OF OFFICE]
Title of Office
My Commission Expires: [MM/DD/YYYY]
- § 44-06.1-19 (Short form)
- Notary Public Search (License)
- A Step by Step Guide to Performing Notarial Acts