§ 42-30.1-10. Notarial act in another state.
(a) A notarial act performed in another state has the same effect under the law of this state as if performed by a notarial officer of this state, if the act performed in that state is performed by:
(1) A notary public of that state;
(2) A judge, clerk, or deputy clerk of a court of that state; or
(3) Any other individual authorized by the law of that state to perform the notarial act.
(b) The signature and title of an individual performing a notarial act in another state are prima facie evidence that the signature is genuine and that the individual holds the designated title.
(c) The signature and title of a notarial officer described in subsection (a)(1) or (a)(2) of this section conclusively establish the authority of the officer to perform the notarial act.
(P.L. 2018, ch. 104, § 4; P.L. 2018, ch. 109, § 4.)