|Senate Bill SB 19-084, titled Revised Uniform Law Remote Notarization, introduced 1/16/2019, proposes online remote notarization by enacting an amendment to the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA). RULONA became effective in Colorado on July 1, 2018.|
The bill includes rules for acceptable forms of identification for remote notarization.
The Secretary of State would promulgate rules for acceptable technology for two-way audio/video communications and storage of video recordings of transactions for 10 years.
In 2018, a proposed remote notarization bill was defeated due to privacy and security concerns.
Colorado is also a leading state in encouraging the use of blockchain technology for recordkeeping.