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Colorado issues executive order temporarily suspending the personal appearance requirement for notarization due to the presence of Covid-19

State Issues Colorado Governors Executive Order Covid-19 Notary

State Issues

On March 27, the Colorado governor issued an executive order temporarily suspending the requirement to appear personally before notarial officers to perform notarizations. The order authorizes the Secretary of State to issue temporary emergency rules to permit notarial officers to perform remote notarizations. The order does not affect the rights or duties of parties to existing contracts of insurance or other private contracts that may require or anticipate in-person notarization of documents. The order expires within 30 days of issuance, unless extended further by executive order.

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