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  486.985.  Production of electronic signature or seal, compromise of, requirements. — 1.  Upon becoming aware that the status, functionality, or validity of the means for producing a registered electronic signature, notary seal, or single element combining the signature and seal, has changed, expired, terminated, or become compromised, the notary shall:

  (1)  Immediately notify the secretary;

  (2)  Cease producing seals or signatures in electronic notarizations using that means;

  (3)  Perform electronic notarizations only with a currently registered means or another means that has been registered within thirty days; and

  (4)  Dispose of any software, coding, disk, certificate, card, token, or program that has been rendered defunct, in the manner described in subsection 1 of section 486.995.

  2.  Pursuant to subsection 1 of this section, the secretary shall immediately suspend the electronic status of a notary who has no other currently registered means for producing electronic signatures or notary seals and, if such means is not registered within thirty days, electronic status shall be terminated.

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(L. 2020 H.B. 1655)


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