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Mukherji Legislation Allowing Notaries to Work Remotely Now Law

DOWNEY, MUKHERJI & MURPHY BILL TO ALLOW NOTARIES TO WORK REMOTELY AFTER COVID-19 PANDEMIC NOW LAW

(TRENTON) – With the goal for notaries to be able to work remotely after the pandemic has subsided, Governor Phil Murphy signed into law the measure (A-4250) sponsored by Assembly Democrats Joann Downey (D-Monmouth), Raj Mukherji (D-Hudson) and Carol Murphy (D-Burlington) to allow people who meet certain criteria to use communication technology to appear remotely before a notary public.  The law additionally revises the Notary Law to make notarial acts more convenient and accessible to the public.

Assemblywoman Downey, who also sponsored the law permitting notaries to work remotely during the COVID-19 emergency, Assemblyman Mukherji and Assemblywoman Murphy released the following joint statement:

“At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was challenging for many New Jersey residents to get documents notarized and move forward with legal and financial transactions because notarial services needed to be performed in person. Since we amended the law, it has become much easier for residents to safely access this essential service.

“Notaries public have shown notarial acts can be done just as securely and efficiently online. Our next step should be to allow notaries to permanently offer remote services for the convenience of all.”

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