How can I become a Notary Public?

Applications are available online or at the Legislative Delegation Office, located on the 3rd floor of the historic county courthouse at 129 Screven St., Georgetown. Once the application form is completed, have it notarized and return it to the Delegation Office in person or by mail. The mailing address is P.O. Box 421270, Georgetown, S.C. 29442 . Applications can be notarized in the Delegation Office by appointment. Attach a check or money order for $25, made payable to the S.C. Secretary of State. Endorsement of a Notary application requires the signatures of delegation members. The Delegation Office obtains these signatures and then forwards the application to the Secretary of State’s office. When the Notary commission is returned to the applicant, the Clerk of Court must record it within 15 days. There is a recording fee. 

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