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Importance of Notarizing the Documents

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

A notary public holds a lot of responsibility as they are the ones who secure important documents from fraud cases. A notary has to carry a few notary supplies which are required to perform his job well.  The duty of a notary public officer is to witness the documents and then certify them. After verification, he signs the documents along with applying the seal for notarizing it.

It is necessary to notarize the legal documents as notarized papers are proven to be genuine and can be presented in the court during any kind of proceedings. The notary public has to make sure that both the parties are genuine and are not doing anything which is against the law. If in any case, the court finds out that the notarized papers are not genuine then the notary public is equally guilty and will be liable for legal implications. (more…)

Features of Notary Pre-Inked Stamps

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

Pre-Inked notary stamps offer many benefits. They serve multiple purposes in both government offices as well as private offices. They are very popular for validating various documents which require authentication. These stamps are used on documents, invoices, certificates, etc. A notary public uses them for these purposes. He checks the documents first and then he approves them by applying the stamp and his signatures. They offer a surety to the person that the documents are verified by law.

These pre-inked stamps are customized with the name of the notary public officer, the issuing State, commission number of the notary, expiration number and manufacturer’s name. These stamps are the complete legal property of the State and therefore, they cannot be used by any person who doesn’t hold a sanction by the Secretary of the State. They are customized as per the individual requirement of every State and notary public officer. (more…)

Notary Hand Stamps for Multiple Purposes

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

Notary hand stamps are those stamps that need to be pressed hard against the paper to deliver a clear and smooth impression. They are a very essential item for carrying out official tasks and duties. Notary hand stamps are available in 2 categories namely, regular hand stamps and slim pre-inked stamps. These stamps are used for notarizing various documents and affidavits which require legal sanction by the law. They make the documents as official papers.

The hand notary regular stamps are the most commonly used stamps by the notary. They are designed in such a way that they remain intact and ready-to-use for the whole lifetime. They give an error-free experience every time you use it. The impression offered by these regular stamps lets you register the full detail properly and completely. These stamps can be engraved with various engravings of the notary State seal, notary acknowledgment, notary scales of justice and so on. (more…)

Easy to Use Self Inking Notary Stamps

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

Self-Inking Stamps are examples of the advancement in technology. These stamps are especially designed for various notary purposes. An ink pad with a capacity to apply approximately 5,000 impressions is attached with the stamp. This helps in avoiding any kind of smudges on the documents.  They are quite lightweight and easily portable. As the notary has to go to many places at times, these stamps are designed in such a way that they can be easily carried to various places.

These self-inking notary stamps can be used for notarizing various government and official documents. These stamps are issued by the Secretary of the State in the name of the notary public only. These seals can be manufactured by those people only who get a sanction from the State to manufacture them. It is illegal to carry notary stamps until and unless you are authorized by the State to do so. Self inking stamps come in various sizes and price ranges as per the necessity of the notary public. (more…)

Hand Notary Stamps for Multiple Purposes

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

Hand notary stamps are an essential requirement for every notary public officer. These regular stamps help in stamping various legal documents, thereby authorizing them as valid and accepted by the law of the State. Usually these hand stamps come embossed with the State’s seal, the name of the notary public officer, date of commission of the notary and his commission’s expiration date. This ensures that the signed and sealed documents are completely legal and there would be no call for any dispute in the future. The citizen who thus gets his documents notarized feels a sense of security that no one can challenge his documents for any illegal purpose.

These notary hand stamps offer a lot of varieties. They are very easy to carry due to their small size and leave a very smooth and perfect impression when applied on the paper. These stamps are used in various offices as well for official purposes. Notary hand stamps are also used by the government and private offices for stamping certain documents to give them an official look. (more…)

Notary Security Products to Secure Notary Stamps

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

To safeguard the notary stamps from thefts, many public and private companies are coming up with the idea of using notary security products. These products are designed specially for the safety of the stamps as they could be misused by fraudsters for illegal purposes. The stamps are only meant to be used by the notary public to authorize various legal documents. Any misuse can create chaos for the notary public officer.

Notary security products are available with a specially designed lock case to accommodate a variety of seals like notary stamps, architect seals, etc. The safety box also comes with a foam lining that helps in preventing any harm to the notary stamps. Its lock mechanism keeps things intact and in place. These safety boxes are very reasonably priced and are made of top quality materials to keep the stamps safe from any kind of theft. (more…)

Purpose of Notary Stamps

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

To notarize various legal documents a notary public is generally equipped with notary supplies like notary signs and stamps. The notary first ensures that the documents presented are genuine and only then he signs those documents. The sign and stamp of the notary serve as a witness that the documents completely abide by the law. These stamps are exclusively owned by the notary public and no other individual is entitled to possess them as it is illegal and the concerned individual would be liable for punishment. The same law applies for the manufacturers of these stamps as they need to get a sanction by the Secretary of the State for manufacturing them.

These notary public stamps contain the complete legal name of the notary, the concerned State’s name, the manufacturer’s identification number, commission number and expiration date of the commission. Notary Stamps are available in three different categories: Notary Slim Stamps, Self-Inking Notary Stamps and Regular Notary Stamps. The Slim Stamps are Pre-Inked and mark around 10,000 stamp impressions. Self-Inking Stamps are very durable and offer quality rubber stamp impressions. Regular Notary Stamps are more reliable and economical in nature. (more…)

Carry Notary Stamps Around With You

Monday, October 19th, 2009

A large variety of products are available in the market including notary stamps. A user can avail plenty of options via the Internet with just a click of the mouse. With the change in style of working, products have also been modified to suit the style of living. Therefore, new features and options are introduced to make the product attractive and appealing for customers. There is an upgradation in products and supplies required in official and personal use.

The stamps which were only made up of rubber for stamping dates on the documents are now available in different types of styles and can be suited for different purposes. It is a highly used item not only for official purposes but also for notarizing documents. A proper permission has to be taken from the Secretary of State to manufacture a notary stamp. The stamp contains essential information as per the requirement and purpose. (more…)