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Notarize and sign electronically

DocuSign eNotary
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Go paperless

If your organization executes notarial acts, DocuSign eNotary makes the notarization process fully digital for all parties involved: senders, signers, and notaries. It enables a Notary Public to act as an in-person witness to electronic signing of documents.

DocuSign eNotary is available in more than a dozen U.S. states, including California, New York, Texas, and Florida. Notaries commissioned in available states should use DocuSign eNotary while following state-specific requirements for notarial acts.

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100% electronic

Avoid the extra time, manual work, and security risk of reverting to paper for notarial acts.
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Get up and running easily

eNotary extends DocuSign eSignature, so there’s no extra hardware or software to deploy on your side.
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eNotary transactions include a Notary Events section in the DocuSign Certificate of Completion.


Frequently asked questions

How does using eNotary work?

When a sender routes a document to a signer, the sender selects "Sign with Notary." The signer and notary get instructions to complete the in-person electronic notarization. When it occurs, the notarization session is recorded in the notary's electronic Notary Journal.

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Does DocuSign support remote notarization, such as via webcam?

No. DocuSign eNotary is for in-person notarization.


How do I get eNotary?

eNotary is included in DocuSign eSignature Enterprise Pro edition. If you have a different edition, contact sales to upgrade.

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