Civil Law Notary License Plate

If you are a Louisiana Notary Public, you might be interested to know that you can get a CIVIL LAW NOTARY PLATE for your personal vehicle.  The information provided is from the Louisiana Department of Motor Vehicles and is provided here as a service to Louisiana Notaries who might want to show their pride in being a Notary.

 

LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
OFFICE OF MOTOR VEHICLES

 

Section:

V Motor Vehicle License Plate Classifications & Requirements

Effective:

03/01/2001

Number:

71.00

Revised:

03/15/2010


LOUISIANA NOTARY LICENSE PLATES


POLICY:



AUTHORITY
R.S. 47:463.64

DEFINITION
This law provides for the issuance of Louisiana Notary license plates. This license plate can be issued to private passenger automobiles/vans, private use trucks up to 10,000 pounds and private buses. This type plate can be transferred from one vehicle in the applicant's name to another vehicle in the applicant's name, but cannot be transferred between motor vehicle owners.

ELIGIBILITY
Any commissioned notary within this state that is a current Louisiana Notary may apply.

REQUIREMENTS
To apply for a Louisiana Notary license plate, the applicant must submit the following items:

  1. A copy of the registration certificate of the vehicle on which the plate will be placed if the vehicle is currently registered in applicant's name. If the vehicle is not in the applicant's name then all necessary documentation required for titling of the vehicle must be submitted along with the request for the Louisiana Notary license plate.

  2. Proof indicating the applicant is a commissioned notary within this state. Proof must be submitted at initial issuance and all subsequent renewals.

  3. Applicable fees.


FEES

  • The fee for obtaining the Louisiana Notary license plate is the same as regular registration fees.

  • The $8.00 handling fee is due on all transactions except renewals.

  • The $3.50 administrative handling fee is due only at initial issuance.

  • The $3.00 fee is required to transfer the plate to another vehicle. This plate may be transferred to another vehicle in the applicant's name, but cannot be transferred between motor vehicle owners.


YOU APPLY FOR THE NOTARY LICENSE PLATE AT THE DMV
Although our Association sponsored the legislation that created the plate, all license plates
and vehicle registration is conducted at the Department of Motor Vehicles

 

 

THIS IS WHAT THE PLATE LOOKS LIKE

 




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Shreveport, Louisiana  71118
 

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