Archive for October, 2009

Replace the Ink Pad for Easy Imprinting Jobs

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Self inking stamps have captured the entire market. People who were tired of inking the stamps with ink pads again and again are shifting to self ink stamps. These are easy to use and can also replace the ink pads for making an impression on many documents. These are not only in use for official purposes but also for the notary department.

The main reason of using these self inking stamps by a notary public is that they don’t require stamps to be inked again and again for stamping purposes. They have a very special mechanism in which the ink pad is already inbuilt in the stamp. When pressure is applied on the stamp, the depressed areas are inked with the ink pad installed in it thus leaving a fine impression on the paper. The stamp is rolled back to it original position after performing its job. (more…)

No Need of Inking the Pads Again

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Pre inked stamps are different from self inked stamps by virtue of the form of material used in them. These stamps contain a material which has the potential to hold the ink in it. These pre-inked stamps are used for many purposes. They can be used in different companies for day-to-day official work and can also be used in legal procedures. The pre inked notary stamps are very popular amongst notary public due to their main advantage of retaining the ink inside them.

The pre inked notary stamps are depressed slightly so as to easily leave a clear and crisp impression on the paper. These stamps usually contain oil based inks which can easily hold onto the material attached within them. This is the main advantage which helps the ink to stay longer inside the stamps. Therefore, they offer more detailing in work and also offer better quality in imprinting, especially the logos. They are also capable of producing small fonts without spoiling the overall image. (more…)

Secure Documents by Fingerprint Notary Pads

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Legal documents are important papers and they need to be kept secured and legalized by notarizing them from a notary public. Earlier many fingerprint pads were available that could be used for such purposes so as to make the documents authentic and secure from unfair practices.

The best option that is now available is the new type of pads and the best part about them is that there is no hurry to close the fingerprint pad quickly when not in use. They are now developed in a way that the ink doesn’t dry up if the lid is left open for a longer time. Therefore, this long lasting advantage has become a favorite of many notary publics. (more…)

Variety in Notary Hand Stamps

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Hand stamps are basically the stamp,s which require pressure to mark its print on the paper. These are available in different types and is a useful tool in official work. The types of hand stamps include self inked hand stamps and pre inked hand stamps. These are traditional form of stamps but are still used in various official documents. Even such kinds of stamps are used in notarizing the documents.

The hand notary stamps are used for the same purpose as other notary supplies are used for legalizing the papers. Generally, hand stamp requires ink pad for marking the print on documents. It has an easy way in which the stamp is first pressed on the ink pad and then on the paper where the impression is required. It has to be re-inked again for imprinting on other sheet. (more…)

Hand Stamps for Notary Public Seals

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

A notary public requires stamps to put a seal on the documents alongwith the signatures. It depends on the variety used for witnessing them. The hand notary stamps are also used in serving the same purpose. It is used as per the requirement of the document. These are named as hand stamps as these stamps are operated by hands.

It requires necessary pressure to put the mark on the paper by an inked hand stamp. It is considered as the most convenient tool in the notary commission. These can be customized by engraving the necessary information for notarizing the documents. The hand stamps are essential as once made and used in proper way can last for years. Hand stamps for notary public seals are available in different types, which serve different purposes. (more…)

Essential Tips for Notary Public

Friday, October 9th, 2009

There are many notary public officers who are available at your door step with just one call. In such a competitive stage, notary public must ensure that he develop a good image in the industry so as to get notary cases. This is a well known fact that notary public holds a crucial position and one mistake can ruin your whole career. Therefore, they are required to certify only after witnessing the documents properly.

If you are starting up your career as a notary public, the best way will be to submit your name in the web directories. This will help you have more clients and thereby more revenue in the month. The second best way can be to contact the tile companies directly. This is necessary to have a good name in the market which will help you build reputation among the clients. (more…)

Notary Public Training Classes is a Must

Friday, October 9th, 2009

The work profile of a notary public officer holds a lot of responsibility. Therefore, he should be capable enough to justify the job assigned to him. He is assigned as a disinterested third party who is authorized to witness and then certify by signing them. The position is acquired by performing well in the test for holding the commission. There are training classes offered to all the fresh notaries so as to train them to perform the job properly.

The main objective behind the notary public training classes is to make the applicants responsible and trained to achieve the commission easily. The syllabus is designed so as to teach from the basics to the higher level of study which includes a thorough introduction of the act of notaries. There are different courses offered to the applicants depending on their levels. For instance, a beginner is given classes about the procedure to become a notary public. (more…)

End Unfair Practices by Notarizing Important Documents

Friday, October 9th, 2009

With so many frauds happening with the legal documents, precautions are necessary to be taken to avoid such difficult and embarrassing situations. It is necessary to secure your documents from such unfair practices. Therefore, the important legal documents are notarized by witnessing the documents properly by the notary public officer. The officer is required to witness, certify and then legalize it by signing them. The signatures of the notary is accompanied with the notary sign and seal.

The notary signs provide a prove of integrity that the documents are in accordance to the legal practices. These allow to create a healthy relationships between both the parties. The notarized documents indicate that both the parties are genuine and will abide by the terms and conditions indicated in the document. This will also be the reason of avoiding conflicts between them. (more…)

Latest Technology in Notary Stamps

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Earlier, the only authorized notary stamps available in market looked like staplers. When the stamp was pressed hard, its two parts left an impression on the paper document. The main motive behind this technique was to prevent the 3D seal to be illegally copied with a photocopy machine.

With the advent of newer technology, many substitutes have overshadowed the notary public stamp market but the older version is still authorized. Here are some of the alternatives: (more…)

Basic Requirements for Making Notary Public Stamps

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Clerical supplies like notary books, embossing seals and record books are specially meant for notaries to notarize legal documents.

A notary stamp is a notary public property and should be kept under the supervision of a notary. Mostly, a notary public seal has a rubber stamp that is affixed to the notarized paper documents in a photographically reproducible black ink.

A notary public stamp has full legal name of the notary, state, commission number and date of expiry of the commission. In some of the notary public stamps, a thin line about the county from where the notary is qualified is also present. (more…)