Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 50. Notaries Public
Section 10. Notary Public Commission; Term.
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AS 44.50.010. Notary Public Commission; Term.

(a) The lieutenant governor may commission for the state

(1) notaries public without limitation, who are authorized to use the notary seal for all legal purposes; and

(2) limited governmental notaries public, who are state, municipal, or federal employees authorized to use the notary seal only for official government business.

(b) The term of a notary public commission is four years, except that the term of a limited governmental notary public commission coincides with the term of government employment.

(c) A person who is a state, municipal, or federal employee commissioned as a limited governmental notary public may also be commissioned as a notary public without limitation.

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