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MDSB317PassIncreasing the maximum fees from $4 to $25 for an original notarial act and, subject to certain regulations, to $50 for performance of a notarial act using communication technology; repealing a certain prohibition on performing a notarial act using c...
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2022-05-29
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 715
MDHB663PassIncreasing the maximum fees from $4 to $25 for an original notarial act and, subject to certain regulations, to $50 for performance of a notarial act using communication technology; repealing a certain prohibition on performing a notarial act using c...
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2022-05-29
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 714
MDSB36PassAuthorizing a person to execute an electronic will or remotely witnessed will without a notary public if the supervising attorney creates a certified will that contains a certain form attached or annexed to the will; prohibiting a supervising attorne...
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2022-04-21
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 177
MDHB576PassAuthorizing a person to execute an electronic will or remotely witnessed will without a notary public if the supervising attorney creates a certified will that contains a certain form attached or annexed to the will; prohibiting a supervising attorne...
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2022-04-21
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 176
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Increasing the cap on the fee established by the Secretary of State for an original notarial act from $4 to $25; and increasing the cap on the fee that a certain person may charge for the performance of a certain notarial act.
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2022-02-14
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