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(a) The Secretary may deliver a written, official warning and reprimand to a notary, or may revoke or suspend a notary's appointment, as a result of such notary's official misconduct or on any ground for which an application for appointment as a notary may be denied, or for a violation of any provision of the general statutes.
(b) The termination or lapse of an appointment as a notary, regardless of reason, shall not stop or preclude any investigation into such notary's conduct by the Secretary, who may pursue any such investigation to a conclusion and issue any finding.
(c) Within thirty days after the resignation, revocation or suspension of a notary's certificate of appointment, the Secretary shall notify all town clerks within the state, in such manner as the Secretary shall determine, of such resignation, revocation or suspension. The town clerk of any municipality in which such notary's certificate of appointment or replacement certificate of appointment has been recorded shall note the resignation, revocation or suspension, and the effective date thereof, on the original record of such certificate or replacement certificate.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Connecticut General Statutes Title 3. State Elective Officers § 3-94m. Warning, reprimand, revocation, suspension, resignation - last updated June 28, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ct/title-3-state-elective-officers/ct-gen-st-sect-3-94m/
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