36+ Easy Places to Get a Cheap or Free Notary (Near Me)

The cheapest and closest notaries nearby are likely your
bank, The UPS Store, and the local library, but that may not be an option
during COVID-19.

Coronavirus has disrupted and changed the real estate and
legal document industries.  Historically,
finding easy ways to get cheap or free notary has been easy.  This is traditionally done in person at a
place of business.

A notary public witnesses and verifies that the person
signing the document is who they say they are and not being forced to
sign.  Once signed, then a seal is
affixed to the paperwork.  But, some real
estate closings are using a virtual notary while stay at home is in place. 

Some states accept remote online notarization service and
electronic signatures while others do not. 
Our guide discusses places to get a notary nearby as people feel more
comfortable and places to get a virtual or mobile notary public 24 hours a day. 

Cheap is a great option, but we have a long list with many
free, convenient options available nearby. 
By being a frugal consumer, you can save a lot of money if you need
multiple signatures and stamps.

Reasons To
Notarize

  • Affidavits
  • Car title transfers
  • Contracts
  • Deeds
  • Healthcare directives and medical documents
  • Legal documents
  • Living will
  • Passport applications for minors
  • Permission slips for minors
  • Power of attorney
  • Trusts
  • Vehicle titles in some states
  • Wills

Common
Notary Tips

  • Error Review – Review the documents ahead
    of the signing for errors, like spelling. 
  • Parties Present – All signers must be
    present during the signing.  Make sure
    all people are present and have the required identification if the document
    notarized requires more than one signature. 
  • Mark the page – Mark the pages to
    notarize if it’s a large document.  It’s
    frustrating to miss one page and the need to reschedule a subsequent signing.
  • Know the document – Know the type of
    document you are notarizing before signing
  • Don’t sign in advance – Do not sign the
    paperwork ahead of time.  It’s a legal
    document that must be signed and witnessed in the presence of the notary.  

Forms of
ID for Notary Required

Each state has different notary ID requirements needed, but
here are the typical forms accepted:

  • A government-issued ID with a signature, photo,
    and physical description of the person
  • Valid state-issued driver’s license
  • State-issued ID card
  • Military ID
  • U.S. passport

Does It
Cost Money To Get Something Notarized?

Notary public costs range from $2 to $10 when charged a
fee.  Though, no one is required to
charge you a fee.  We have a long list of
free notary services near most people in the U.S. 

Notary
Fees by State

Notary fees by state have set limits for the amount charged
in most states.  Only a few states do not
have a set limit. 

A notary public will be subject to a state’s disciplinary
authority if they charge over the maximum allowed by a state.  Overcharging for notary public services in
some states carries criminal and civil liability. 

State Maximum Notary Fees Allowed For Common Acts – Interactive Map

Notary
Places Near Me

1. Virtual Notary

More companies are now offering electronic notary
services.  Most states were not accepting
a virtual notarization before the Coronavirus but have changed starting in
2020.  States have taken emergency action
on virtual notarization and signers ID to make more online notaries legal. 

Remote Online Notarization Process

A remote online Notarization service (“RON”) is conducted
via remote audio-visual conference call. 
The process is as follows:

  • Proof of Identity – The signing party
    must prove their identity, which differs by state.
  • Answer questions – Answer personal
    questions as proof of identity.
  • Show Valid ID – ID must be examined and
    verified by third-party validation service, which varies by state.
  • Witness signature – Sign the document
    with a digital signature while the virtual notary witnesses it online.
  • Online notary stamp – Online notary
    service will affix an electronic seal

Remote Notary States

National Notary Association created an informative map of the U.S., showing the changes taking the place of the virtual notarization during COVID-19 Emergency.  Check here for state updates

Virtual Notary Cost

Electronic notary services are more expensive than visiting
someone nearby.  A single virtual notary
document costs between $25-$100 and an additional $10 or more per seal.  Though a remote notary isn’t cheap, you may
not have a choice if your state has a shelter in place or under
quarantine.    

In the era of the Coronavirus and the states easing the
rules, you can connect with a notary anywhere and without physically needing to
visit them in person. 

2. Place of Work

Many employers like having a notary on staff.  There is a high likelihood large employers
have at least one or several within the organization.  An employer may request an employee to become
a notary as an added service or convenience at places like banks, financial
institutions, law firms, post offices, shipping centers, and more.

A staff member can be a notary public for an employer but cannot
benefit from the transaction with additional compensation and benefits. 

3. AAA

Many of the 1,100 AAA branches in the US and Canada offer free notary services as a membership benefit or for a reduced fee. 

There are 27 regional clubs in the U.S. and 8 in
Canada. 

AAA Notary Services Cost

The price varies by the region of the AAA branch.  For example:

AAA notary signing services in Southern California

  • AAA Classic members: $4 service fee
  • AAA Plus members: $3 service fee
  • AAA Premier members: Free notary services up to
    10 signatures per day and $3 per additional signature

AAA notary signing services in Northern California

  • AAA members: $10 per signature regardless of
    membership type
  • Non-members: $15 per signature

AAA notary signing services in Northeast offices

  • Free for all AAA memberships

Call your nearest AAA notary to check availability and
pricing.  The local notary public
employee may be out of the office or at lunch.  

AAA Weekend Notary

Select branches have notary public services on Saturday
while you’ll be hard-pressed to find a location open on Sunday.  For example, some East Central AAA branches
are open on Saturdays while the location near me in the Chicago suburbs is
closed.

4. College Campuses

There is a high likelihood your attending college and
university will provide free notary services to students, teachers, and
staff.  Check the campus website or your
college advisor since it’s probably not advertised.  The financial services office and the library
are the likely places to get notarized on campus. 

5. Public Library

Your local public library many times, offers free or cheap notary public services.  According to the American Library Association, there are over 9,000 public libraries in the U.S. 

Call your library and ask the following questions:

  • Ask if they are a place that notarizes documents
  • Do you need to be a library cardholder at that
    location
  • Notary services cost for members and
    non-members.  It likely costs between
    free to $2-$5 per signature.
  • Availability – weekdays, weekends, lunchtime,
    etc

The public library is potentially a great place to get a
notary on the weekend since many are open seven days a week.  See our related article on the benefits of owning
and using your local library card services.

6. Local Government Offices

Most local government offices will have a notary public on
staff for their documents. 

Types of local government include:

  • City hall
  • Courthouse
  • School districts
  • Special districts (i.e., park district)

The notary public fees will likely be minimal to use their
services.  Call your local government
offices to check availability and fees for the stamp and signature. 

7. Banks and Credit Unions

Many local banks and credit unions offer free notary
services to their customers. 
Full-service banks need staff members to notarize mortgage documents and
other legal paperwork.

A local credit union and bank is more likely to free notary
services as a customer perk and standout from some of the large national
banks.  Non-members of the bank will have
to pay.  Some banks require making an
appointment before coming in. 

If it’s a small local bank or credit union, they may have a
free checking account option, which then allows you access to free notary
service.  It especially makes sense if
you’ll regularly need this service or have a large document with several stamps
required.

We have a list of 14 banks that have cheap or free notary
services nearby. 

Which banks offer free notary services?

  • TD Bank – Their site says they offer free notary services to anyone who needs it 
  • Alliant Credit Union – Free for members and a fee assessed per signature for non-members 
  • Bank of America – Free notary services 
  • BECU – Free notary public services for members or non-members conducting business at BECU 
  • Chase – will notarize a document at no cost at branch locations. 
  • Citibank – free at select branch locations 
  • Fifth Third – Select checking accounts offer free document notarization 
  • Huntington Bank – Free by appointment only 
  • KeyBank – Most bank locations have at least one employee certified as a notary public.  Likely no charge if you have a bank account. 
  • Navy Federal Credit Union – Offered in select states and locations. 
  • Regions Bank – Free notary public services for customers
  • Santander Bank – Free notary services at most locations 
  • TCF Bank – Free for account holders and 50 cents to $1 for non-account holders 
  • U.S. Bank – Free for customers and $5 per signature for non-customers 

8. Law Office

Law offices regularly prepare documents like deeds, wills,
trusts, contracts, and small estate affidavits that require notary public
signatures and stamps.  There is a high
likelihood they have one or several staff members who are notary publics for
internal and client use. 

It will be a free service to you if you’re already a client
of the firm. 

9. Insurance Agents and Brokers

Chances are you have insurance.  You likely have an insurance agent or broker
for your property or auto insurance.  You
can ask your local insurance agent if they have a notary for documents in their
office.  Although it’s not a common
request, I’m sure they’d be happy to help a client with a couple of stamp seals
and signatures. 

10. Accountant or Tax Preparer

It’s common for an accounting office to have someone on
staff that notarizes documents on behalf of the firm and the clients.  Many accounting firms do more than just tax
preparing and offer additional services that can require a notary public. Other
services CPAs provide include:

  • Bookkeeping
  • Payroll administrators
  • Forensic accounting
  • Litigation services
  • Long-term financial planners and advisors
  • Tax filing

Your accountant and tax preparer is potentially an excellent
place for free notary services nearby.

11. Real Estate Agencies

Real estate agencies are unsuspecting places that notarize documents nearby.  It’s almost required given all the deeds and titles they process for the real estate transactions.  According to the National Association of Realtors 2018 report, there were over 1.3 million realtors in the United States, with over 1,100 local associations. 

It is highly unlikely they will charge you for a couple of
signatures.  Most offices try to sponsor
free community events like paper shredding or parade sponsorships.  A real estate office is a great place to find
free notary services near me.  

Also, there is a chance the local office will have some
limited hours on a Saturday. 

Call one of your real estate friends or the local real
estate office to inquire.

12. Currency Exchange

Currency exchanges have assisted residents in your local
community with a variety of financial needs for decades.  In my home state of Illinois alone, there are
hundreds of currency exchanges that offer the following services at select
locations:

  • ATM services
  • Check to cash
  • Currency exchange
  • Debit card upload
  • Electronic bill payment
  • Gift card sales
  • Money orders – sell over 20 million money orders
    per year
  • Notary services nearby
  • Vehicle licensing services – title transfers,
    vehicle stickers, plates
  • Wire transfer – MoneyGram or Western Union

You should Google “currency exchange near me” to
find a location.  You can also add in
things like “open now” or “open on weekends” or
“notary services.”

Call ahead to confirm someone is on staff before you drive
over. 

13. The UPS Store

The UPS Store center is a great choice when searching for the nearest notary with more than 4,800 locations in the U.S.  They can make made additional copies, fax, and ship if necessary once they notarize your documents.  The UPS Store is a convenient one-stop-shop. 

You can schedule an appointment online at more than 3,800 locations to notarize your document. 

AARP notary discount

AARP doesn’t offer notary discounts but recommends you use
The UPS Store at one of their nationwide locations. 

The UPS Store notary near me is open on Saturday to schedule
an appointment now. 

14. Police Station

Depending on the size, many police stations will offer
notary public services to their community for a small fee.  It’s worth calling your non-emergency number
or looking on their website to see if they provide that service for their
citizens.

15. Organizations

If you belong or volunteer to a local organization, then
check to see if any of the members are notaries.  The organizations may offer the service as
value-added as part of the membership, or one of the members will likely
provide as a courtesy.

Examples of organizations include:

  • Community – neighborhood, Habitat for
    Humanity
  • Voluntary associations – Food banks
  • Business – Rotary, SBA
  • Education – PTA, teacher’s pension

16. Ask a Friend

If any of your friends regularly deals with documents or
works at a legal or financial firm, then ask if they’re a notary.  Call your friend, family, or neighbor if they
work for any of the careers listed on our list of free and cheap notaries. 

17. Walmart

Some large Walmart’s or Supercenters have banks or businesses within the store that offer notary signing services.  Walmart’s company stores do not provide that service themselves.  Search for Woodforest National Bank locations within the Walmart stores here. 

The Woodforest National Banks in the Walmarts near me are
open seven days a week.  You can request
a notary on weekends by appointment. 
Sterling Advantage and Platinum Plus, customers receive free notary
services at the bank.  The locations near
me are open six hours on Saturday and four hours on Sunday. 

18. Car Dealership

It’s common for someone in the financial department of a car dealership to be a notary public.  A car dealer processes many financial documents daily.  For example, in some states, the seller of a used car must sign and notarize the title transfer

My local dealership offers free car washes and maintenance
for up to 100,000 miles.  Because of that,
I am there often enough and know many of the service staff and car
salespeople.  I would have no problem
asking if someone can notarize a document for me the next time I visit. 

Your local car dealership is open on Saturday and
potentially a good place to try if your bank is closed. 

19. Hospitals

Typically hospitals and nursing homes don’t have a
designated notary public on staff but many times contract out and use a mobile
service.  Hospitals will bring someone in
to notarize documents needing completion for daily business.  In some cases, patients may use notary
services to complete a will during their stay.

Call your local hospital’s front desk or the business office
and see if they offer notary services. 
In some cases, the mobile service may operate on Saturday’s or
Sunday’s.   

20. American Society of Notaries

Since 1965, the American Society of Notaries has been
offering notary education courses.  As a
member, you also receive practice tips, law updates, online training courses,
professional services, and cheap notary public supplies for purchase. 

You can use their database by zip code to search where I can
find a notary public near me?

Click here to see the closest signer

21. Google Local Search

If all these other suggestions fail, then Google
“notary public YOUR ZIP CODE.”

Mobile Notary Public Near Me

Finding notary places near me in rural areas is more
difficult than in urban and metropolitan areas. 
Consider mobile notary companies when you have documents needing service
on weekends.  You can schedule a mobile
company to come to your house or place of business anytime, including Saturdays
and Sundays. 

A traveling notary is one of the few places you can hire a signing
service that is open now to schedule an appointment.

Mobile notary fees

Mobile notary fees will likely cost more money than the
state maximum to compensate the agent for their travel and time.  Depending on the state, the agent will set
their own fee or charge an additional fee based on miles traveled. 

22. DocPros Nationwide Notaries

DocPros, since 2003, provides coast-to-coast notary public. They come to the signer’s doorstep at a convenient time.  DocPros has over 30,000 power of attorney notaries, signing agents, and attorneys in their database.  They do background checks and keep detailed records and performance histories of their agents.

DocPros Nationwide hours include notaries nearby on Saturday
and Sunday. 

DocPros has an A rating from the Better Business Bureau

23. National Signing Services Notary

Since 2008, NSS Notary has been a provider of third-party mobile
notary services.  They’ve completed
hundreds of thousands of mobile notary services and signings in the U.S.,
Australia, and Canada.  National Signing
Services notarizes documents 365 days a year. 
https://www.nssnotary.com/

The NSS mobile notary public process:

  • Receive signing order
  • Schedule with a signing agent
  • Send documents to signing agent
  • Modifications and confirmations
  • Complete signing and verify
  • Pay invoice

National Signing Services has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and one review.

Hours include private notary on weekends, including Sunday
by appointment.  Call to schedule a
signing now.

24. Notaries 247

Notaries 247 is a national notary signing service that specializes in the mortgage industry for documents like escrow and title.  The 247 attorneys or notary public will contact your borrower to select a time and location. 

The types of notarizations include:

  • Affidavits
  • Auto – financing, title, transfer documents
  • VA loan documents
  • Land contracts
  • Loans – refinance, purchase, modification
  • Mortgage – conventional, jumbo, reverse
  • …and more

247 has a user-friendly website allowing files to be
uploaded and mobile access to update and print documents. 

247 Notaries has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau

Hours include private notary on weekends, including Sunday
by appointment.

25. Notaries To You

For over 25 years, Notaries To You is a full-service notary company.  Their database includes over 10,000 qualified professionals nationwide.  They provide 24-hour notary seven days a week and 365 days a year.  A premium service offered is late night notary signings. 

Benefits

  • Mobile Notary – travel to your desired
    destination
  • Knowledgeable – Understand the importance
    of accurately signed documents and efficiently
  • Foreign language – foreign language
    speaking agents upon request
  • Excellence – strive for excellent
    customer service. 

Notaries To You has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau

Hours include nearby Saturday and Sunday notaries by
appointment.

26. Notary ASAP

Since 1998, Notary ASAP has over 1800 clients, over 600,000 completed signings for over $5 billion of loan documents.  Their database has over 40,000 signing agents nationwide.  ASAP is willing to help with last-minute needs and requests. 

Benefits of using Notary ASAP:

  • Nationwide mobile notary public nearby
  • Same day service
  • Pickup and delivery
  • Skilled agents
  • A full-time notary public in Spanish staff
    member for overnight and digital documents
  • Overnight documents
  • Online tracking
  • $1 million Errors and Omissions insurance policy

Notary ASAP has a C rating from the Better Business Bureau

Hours include private notary on weekends, including Sunday
by appointment.

27. Prestige Notaries

Prestige Notaries has professional notary signing agents with flexible scheduling options.  Prestige carries $2 million in professional Cyber Extortion Insurance and Errors & Omissions. 

The types of notarization include:

  • Auto sale
  • Business contract
  • Cash deals
  • Certified copies
  • Estate – Estate planning, power of attorney,
    family law agreements
  • Financial documents
  • Loans – refinance, purchase, applications,
    disclosures
  • Medical records
  • Mortgages – conventional, reverse
  • Sell transactions
  • …and more

Notary ASAP has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.

28. Sunshine Signing Connection

Sunshine Signing Connection has over 36,000 attorneys and agents nationwide.  They offer 24-hour mobile notary seven days a week. 

Benefits of using Sunshine:

  • Background checks – all their closers undergo
    background checks
  • Web-based software – upload documents and track
    your closings
  • 24-hour notary public near me – closing 24/7 and
    365 days a year

The types of notarization include:

  • Deeds
  • Loans
  • Mortgages
  • Power of attorney documents
  • Real estate documents
  • Structured settlements
  • …and more

Notary ASAP has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau

You can hire a notary near me for Saturday and Sunday hours
at Sunshine by appointment. 

Hotels

Many business hotels offer affordable or free notary
services for current hotel guests.  You
can also try contacting local hotels if you are a rewards member.  For example, a Hilton is more likely to make
an exception for a Hilton Diamond member. 
Here is a list of national hotels offering it as a service.

29. Disney Resort Notary Services

Disney Resorts hotels offer notary services for a fee in their Business Centers.  The Disney World Business Centers charge $10 per seal and require a valid government-issued I.D.  Business Centers are located at the following Disney hotels: 

  • Disney’s Yacht Club Resort Convention Center
  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort Convention
    Center
  • Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort Convention
    Center
  • Disney’s Contemporary Resort Convention Center
  • Disney’s BoardWalk Resort Convention Center

30. Hilton Hotels

At select Hilton hotels, they offer free notary services to
guests.  Hilton has a massive portfolio
of hotel brands, including Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Waldorf Astoria,
Conrad, Canopy, Curio, DoubleTree, LXR, Tapestry, Embassy, Hilton Garden,
Hampton, Tru, Homewood Suites, Home2 Suites, Signia, and more. 

I suggest Googling the hotel or calling ahead of your
visit.  Visit the front desk, business
office, or the concierge for more details. 

Find your nearest Hilton hotel here.

31. Marriott Hotels

At select Marriott hotels, they offer free notary services
to guests.  Marriott has an enormous
portfolio of hotel brands including Aloft, Autograph Collection, Courtyard, Four
Points, JW Marriott, Le MERIDIEN, Marriott Executive Apartments, Renaissance,
Ritz-Carlton, Sheraton, St, Regis, The Luxury Collection, W Hotels, Westin, and
more. 

I suggest Googling the Marriott hotel or calling ahead of
your visit.  Visit the front desk,
business office, or the concierge for more details. 

Find your nearest Marriott branded hotels here

32. Omni Hotels & Resorts

Omni Hotels & Resorts operates 60 properties in the
U.S., Mexico, and Canada.  The hotels
have full-service business centers that vary by location.  Many offer free notary public for guests,
plus offer printing and secretarial services. 
Some of the Omni business centers are open 24 hours a day. 

Find your nearest Omni Hotels & Resorts here

Check
Cashing Stores

Check-cashing stores are a great source to find a notarizer
near me open now since many are open 24/7. 
They won’t be free, or the cheapest place but can help you with
last-minute documents.

33. Amscot

Established in 1989, Amscot has over 230 locations in Florida and is open 365 days a year.   Around 20 locations are open 24/7.  Each Amscot money store has a certified notary public on-site.  It’s a great place to try getting a notary on a Saturday or Sunday.  In addition, they also offer check cashing, cash advances, make copies, wire money via Western Union, and international money orders.

Amscot Notary Cost

An Amscot notary costs $10 per stamp. 

Find the nearest Amscot location open now.

34. USA Checks Cashed

USA Checks Cashed has 30 locations in Southern
California.  Services offered at most
locations include DMV services, MoneyGram, check cashing, money orders,
pre-paid debit cards, buy gift cards, postage stamps, lottery, ATM’s, and
foreign currency exchange. 

Select USA Checks Cashed locations offer notary public
services.  It costs $15 per signature and
stamp. 

Available USA Checks Cashed notary locations nearby:

  • 201 Broadway, Chula Vista
  • 421 Broadway, San Diego
  • 936 Highland Avenue, National City
  • 1455 West Highland Avenue, San Bernardino
  • 20226 US Highway 18, Apple Valley

All the USA
Checks Cashed stores are open on Saturday.  Many locations even offer notary services on
Sunday.

Find the nearest USA Checks Cashed location open now. 

International
Notary Public

There are only a couple of international notary public
options when traveling abroad.  It’s not
impossible, but you’ll find it challenging to find a service that is recognized
in the United States. 

35. U.S Embassy and Consulate

Any Consulate or U.S. Embassy, domestic or abroad, can
provide similar notary public services like in the United States.  A document can be notarized in a foreign
country for use in the U.S. 

You will need to contact them and make an appointment.  Going to a Consulate or embassy while
traveling will be the cheap notary public near me since it will be the only
option. 

Find the U.S. Consulates and Embassies country locator here with addresses and phone numbers. 

36. Military Base

The military base legal office will offer free notary public
service for free, both domestic and international.  Depending on your military unit, they may
have their own administrative office to serve you and your dependents.

The base will either have military personnel authorized by
the federal government to notarize documents or outsourced civilian employees
that work for the base.  A federal notary
does not have nationwide jurisdiction to notarize all documents throughout the
U.S.  Many can only notarize federal
paperwork, and you’ll want someone with a stamp if it’s for personal documents
like a will or deed.

Nearby
Places to Get a Cheap or Free Notary Summary

There are several legit ways to get cheap or free notary
services nearby.  It is possible to get a
document notarized on a Sunday and even easier on Saturdays but will cost more
money.  Assuming it’s not the last
minute, a frugal shopper should be able to find some close free options.

FAQs

Does FedEx have notary services near me?

No, FedEx Office, formerly known as Kinkos, does not provide
notary services any longer.  A former
employee notarized a forged signature, which resulted in a legal case against
FedEx.  Because of that court case, there
is not FedEx notary nearby.  You must
visit overnight delivery store competitors like The UPS Store or Mail Box Etc
to notarize a document. 

Can a notary notarize a document from another state?

Yes, a notary public is legally allowed to notarize
documents from out of state.  The signing
must take place within the geographical boundaries of the notary public’s
state.  As long as the notary is standing
within the state lines, they can notarize a document from out of state or
country.  It does not matter what state
the document was drafted.

Can you be a notary in multiple states?

A notary cannot hold a notary in two different states.  They must resign from their current
commission and apply in the new state. 

What is a notarized affidavit?

A notarized affidavit is used as evidence in court as a
written statement within a document from the affiant.  The affiant signs the document acknowledging
its intended purpose and understanding. 
It’s a written statement signed under oath and the knowledge for penalty
under perjury.  The document is notarized
once signed and becomes a sworn affidavit.

Are notary open on Sunday

Yes, there are notary services open on Sunday that range
from local places to virtual or mobile options. 
Sunday signing service options include:

  • Mobile
  • Virtual
  • Check-cashing stores
  • Hotels
  • Libraries
  • Bank within Walmart
  • Friend or neighbor

Need a notary on weekends or Saturday?

There are even more places open on Saturday than Sunday to
get documents notarized.  Here are the options
for a Saturday signing:

  • AAA
  • Banks and credit unions
  • Check-cashing stores
  • Hotels
  • Libraries
  • Neighbor or friend
  • Real estate agents
  • The UPS Store
  • Walmart bank
  • Mobile
  • Virtual

Closest notary near me

The closest notaries nearby are likely your bank, The UPS
Store, and the local library.

Can a notary notarize a family member?

Yes, a notary public can notarize documents of his or her
spouse, children, and other family members. 

Can you notarize for yourself?

No, you cannot notarize your own signatures nor any
transaction with their name as a participating party. 

Is a notary republic the same as a notary public?

Yes, they are the same, but technically it’s not
“republic,” and it’s “public.”

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