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If the technology used by a notary changes, or the notary stops performing e Notarizations, the notary must notify the Secretary of State’s office of the change by completing the Montana Notary Public Information Update form and sending it to the Secretary of State’s office.
Montana law does not require notaries to use any particular technology.
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Remote notarization may be used in conjunction with e Notarization or paper notarization.
To ensure their notarizations comply with Montana law, notaries who elect to perform remote notarizations should carefully review the following information before performing any remote notarizations.
The Secretary of State’s office has proposed an administrative rule, however, that requires using technology that allows the individuals communicating to simultaneously see and speak to one another.
Notaries who perform remote notarizations must record the entire communication.
Beginning October 1, 2015, Montana notaries public may perform certain notarial acts using real-time, two-way audio-video communication (remote notarization).
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Montana notaries may only perform remote notarizations in Montana.
Montana law does not require notaries to use any particular technology when performing remote notarizations.