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Wyoming Statutes Title 32. Notaries Public § 32-1-101. Qualifications;  application;  term

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(a) The secretary of state shall commission as a notary any qualified person who submits an application in a form prescribed by the secretary of state.

(b) To be qualified for a notarial commission a person shall:

(i) Be at least eighteen (18) years of age;

(ii) Be a resident of the state of Wyoming and the county from which making application;

(iii) Be able to read and write the English language;  and

(iv) Submit an application certifying compliance with the requirements of this subsection, accompanied by a fee of thirty dollars ($30.00).

(c) A person commissioned as a notary by the secretary of state may perform notarial acts in any part of the state for a term of four (4) years.

(d) A person holding a notarial commission who changes residence to a different county shall procure a new notary commission for the new county of residence.

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