Sign and notarize documents online with Ronary
Whether you are an independent notary, a legal practice or a financial institution, RONARY has a solution for you.
Our product was created by notaries, that’s why we have combined all the notarization needs in one simple and efficient App.
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Allows the user to have up to date security protocols
Reduces fraud risk with advanced technology identification
Relies on digital identity proofing based on AI technology
Offers a modern electronic signature system
Provides security for electronic documents and is tamper-evident
Allows both parties to collaborate on the same pdf document during one session
Connects the signers and notaries on the same platform to notarize documents
Offers easily accessible and secure storing of your session
Once the online notarization video session begins, the entire process takes in 5 minutes.
It is a secure storage of journals and recordings. Every online session is recorded using audio-video technology and being automatically saved in the e-Journal.
No, such apps do not meet the requirements set by Florida Statutes for performing online notarization.
Unfortunately, there is no way to combine online with traditional notarizations. We recommend your client to go forward with a traditional notarization if the company that requested a wet signature does not embrace the legal and secure technology methods. With RON session, all signatures are electronic and have the same value as wet signatures.
Remote Online Notary Public will need a smart phone or tablet with camera and microphone and secure connection to the internet.
While Signers and Witnesses can be located anywhere in the United States, Notaries must be physically located in their commissioning state of Florida during the notarial act.
The registration will run simultaneously with your existing notary public commission and will expire on the same day as your notary commission.
A Notary Public can easily renew their commission by submitting a Notary application within 60 days before expiration of your current commission. Notaries are also required to purchase a $7,500 Florida notary bond, pay $39 for the state filing fee and finally, purchase a new notary stamp valid in Florida.
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