Archive for the ‘Notary Suppiles’ Category

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…)

Advancement in Notary supplies

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

There has been an advancement in professional and personal supplies. The notary supplies have not lagged behind and have been updated from the mere looks to being functional. Earlier, it used to look like staplers but the working was a lot different from staplers. The earlier notary stamps used to leave an embossed impression on the document when pressed on the paper. This was the only notary stamp which was accepted by the court at that time.

The only disadvantage of these seals were that it could be copied very easily through a photocopier. Therefore alternatives were developed to serve the purpose of notarizing the documents.  Rubber stamps were introduced in the list of notary supplies to serve the same purpose of the notary seals. These rubber stamps contained the same relevant information such as seal of the state, notary’s name, commission number and the expiry date. (more…)