Mobile Notary Fee Schedule –

The State of Texas Government Code Ann. § 406.024 sets out the maximum fees a Notary Public may charge for notary public services. The table below lists each notarial act and the state fee.

 

Notary Service

Fee

First signature of each individual

$6
Each additional signature of each individual$1
Administering an oath or affirmation$6
Taking the deposition of witness, for each 100 words$0.50
Swearing a witness to a deposition$6

Protesting a bill or note

$4

Each additional notice of protest$1
Protesting in all other cases$4
Certified copy (copies not included, must be made by the notary)$6
Uncertified copy of an entry from a notary’s record book, per page$0.50
All notarial acts not provided for$6

 

Escrow and Real Estate Closings Charges

Fee

Single Loan Closing (15 miles of travel included)

$150
Mileage fee per mile, after first 15 miles$1
Additional related (Piggyback loan) Loan Closing$35
Additional unrelated Loan Closing at same location$50
Printing of electronic documents, up to 200 pages$25
Printing additional pages, per page$0.25

Fax up to 15 pages

$20
Travel and non-closing fee. This fee is due if notary travels to location and borrower refuses to sign.$100
Cancellation Fee applied with 2-hours or less notice.$35

 

Travel

Fee
Travel plus Mileage$25
Mileage, each mile$1
After hours 6pm to 9pm, 6am to 9am, & weekends$35
Late night or emergency 9pm to 6am$50

 

Location Charges

Fee
Hospitals and nursing homes, 30 minutes at location*$50

Jails and Detention Centers 1 hour at location

$100
Excessive Wait Time per hour, more than 30 minutes at location$45
Rick Husband Airport Terminal Fee$50