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What to Remember Before Becoming a RON Notary

Mobile Notaries in Florida are an important of the real estate industry. However after the pandemic of 2020, a new type of notary is gaining popularity – RON Notary.

RON stands for Remote Online Notarization, the ability to notarize completely paperless documents remotely, from any location. These electronic notarizations become legal in the State of Florida on January 1st, 2020, paving the way for a new electronic closing craze just in time for the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, one does not simply enter the world of RON eClosings without knowing the key differences in the closings:

  • Existing Florida notaries must take a state-approved two-hour RON class and register as a RON notary.
  • The notary will need to choose either the signer appeared physically or online in the notary block section.
  • Witnesses are still required and authorized to use the online system along with the closer.
  • Identification checks are more robust, and the notary must use electronic credentials, usually through the state-approved RON service provider.

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