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You may use our online search or call the Notaries Division at (803) 734-2512 to see if a notary is commissioned in the state of South Carolina.
Information on the Notary Public database reflects the information most recently filed with the Secretary of States Office.
Any person or entity that relies on information obtained from this database does so at his own risk.
Search results will reflect all current notaries and any notaries whose commission has expired within the last year. With this page you can search for notaries public commissioned in the state of South Carolina.
You can download it to your desktop or personal device or print out a copy for easy access any time.
We've also included an index in this edition to help you find the information you're looking for quickly and easily.
Top Everybody knows what a notary public does, right?
Actually, there is much misunderstanding and confusion about what the proper role and duty of a notary is.
You can download any of our current forms, link directly to the free online notary training course (which is available to anyone, anytime), or register for one of our webinars or live training classes, among other things.
If your filing information has changed, you must file the appropriate form with our office to update the information.