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Iowa Bill Unlocks Remote Online Notarization Nationwide

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April 18, 2019
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Iowa has become the 10th state to pass remote online notarization (RON) legislation in 2019, marking a significant step toward modernizing notarial practices in the state. Governor Kim Reynolds signed Senate File 475 into law, and the legislation is set to go into effect on July 1, 2020. The enactment of this law means that notarizations performed online, including those facilitated by platforms like Notarize, will be accepted nationwide.

With this development, more than 500,000 notaries across the country now have access to modern technologies that enhance the trust and safety of online transactions. The momentum behind RON legislation highlights the growing acceptance of digital solutions in traditional processes, contributing to increased efficiency, security, and convenience.

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Iowa has become the 10th state to pass remote online notarization (RON) legislation in 2019, marking a significant step toward modernizing notarial practices in the state. Governor Kim Reynolds signed Senate File 475 into law, and the legislation is set to go into effect on July 1, 2020. The enactment of this law means that notarizations performed online, including those facilitated by platforms like Notarize, will be accepted nationwide.

With this development, more than 500,000 notaries across the country now have access to modern technologies that enhance the trust and safety of online transactions. The momentum behind RON legislation highlights the growing acceptance of digital solutions in traditional processes, contributing to increased efficiency, security, and convenience.