Arizona Revised Statutes Title 41. State Government § 41-377. Termination of notary public commission
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A. Except as provided in subsection B of this section, a notary public who is authorized to perform remote online notarizations and whose commission is terminated or revoked shall destroy the coding, disk, certificate, card, software or password that enables the notary public to attach or logically associate the notary public's electronic signature and electronic seal to an electronic record and shall certify compliance with this subsection to the secretary of state. On the death or adjudication of incompetency of a notary public, the notary public's personal representative or guardian shall comply with this subsection.
B. A former notary public whose commission terminated for a reason other than revocation or denial of renewal is not required to destroy the items described by subsection A of this section if the former notary public is recommissioned as a notary public within three months after the termination of the notary public's former commission.
C. A notary public's electronic seal is not subject to § 41-317, subsection B.
D. The termination of a notary public's commission does not affect the retention requirements of § 41-374, subsection D.
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