Acorn Sales Co, Inc. Stamp & Seal Blog - Acorn Sales2017-01-24T10:25:58Z http://blog.acornsales.com/feed/atom/WordPress Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Ensuring Compliance for the Montana Engineering Seal Embosser]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2693 2016-11-11T20:25:44Z 2017-01-24T10:25:58Z If you are a licensed engineer in Montana, you are required to use a Montana engineering seal embosser. It is important that you ensure that your seal meets the state requirements in size, appearance and usage to maintain compliance with all rules and regulations. Here you will find out more about the seal and how…

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If you are a licensed engineer in Montana, you are required to use a Montana engineering seal embosser. It is important that you ensure that your seal meets the state requirements in size, appearance and usage to maintain compliance with all rules and regulations. Here you will find out more about the seal and how it must be used.

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Requirements, Size, and Form

There are different requirements required for engineering seals in each state. The Montana engineering seal embosser has a number of rules for proper appearance and use.

Each licensed engineer is required to use an appropriate Montana engineering seal embosser. This seal can be 1 5/8” or 2” in diameter. Generally, the 1 5/8” seal is referred to as a pocket seal, while the 2” is designated as a desk seal.

While the Montana engineering seal embosser is the most popular option, engineers can also use rubber stamps or digital facsimiles, providing each is identical to the embosser. Unlike many other states, Montana does allow the use of facsimiles of the seal that are reduced to half the size of the original.

Montana Engineering Seal Embosser Appearance

There are requirements as to how the Montana engineering seal embosser must appear in order to meet the proper rules and regulations. The seal consists of two circles, one within the other. Inside the circle the seal must include the engineer’s name, his or her license number preceded by “No.” and followed by “PE” and the word “Licensed”. Within the two circles, the word “Montana” appears at the top, while “Professional Engineer” is located at the bottom. These three words are located in the space made between the concentric circles. The Montana engineering seal embosser may also include the words “Land Surveyor” where applicable, which will also require the prefix after the number to be “ES”.

Using the Montana Engineering Seal Embosser

Montana requires that the Montana engineering seal embosser be used on all reports, plans, drawings, specifications and other documents to show that the engineer either created them, or directly supervised the creation of them. Engineers who did not work on the documents, or who were not involved with creating them are not authorized to affix their seals. The Montana engineering seal embosser will only be issued to those who have received a certificate of registration for professional engineering or engineering and land surveying.

Engineers who use a Montana engineering seal embosser are certifying that they worked on the plat, drawings or other documents and that they were in responsible charge of the documents. Each time the seal is used, it must also be accompanied by both a signature and the date in order for it to be considered valid.

There are a number of requirements and rules for using a Montana engineering seal embosser properly. Engineers should visit the Montana Board of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors website for all rules, requirements and other information that is required of them in the state of Montana.

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Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Understanding the Office of Florida Notary Public]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2688 2016-11-11T20:12:13Z 2017-01-23T09:10:24Z Each applicant to be a notary public in Florida must pass an American Society of Notaries’ Essentials of Notary Practice exam. This exam is required before an individual can get their certificate to use Florida Notary supplies. The exam is specific to Florida and must be completed before applying for a surety bond and continuing…

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Each applicant to be a notary public in Florida must pass an American Society of Notaries’ Essentials of Notary Practice exam. This exam is required before an individual can get their certificate to use Florida Notary supplies. The exam is specific to Florida and must be completed before applying for a surety bond and continuing the process to become a notary public. The exam is divided into 23 sections and participants must answer questions at the end of each section.

One of the things that the exam covers, and that a person needs to understand before using Florida notary supplies, is how to act like a professional. This starts with treating each person as an individual who has the right to be respected. The notary public must ascertain that the individual knows what they are signing before the notary public is allowed to using their Florida notary supplies. Each person taking the course automatically becomes a member of the American Society of Notaries and promises to act like a professional in at all times when using their Florida notary supplies.

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Furthermore, the exam tests that the ability of the individual to act in a confidential manner and to never share that information with anyone. While it may be very tempting to gossip, this is strictly against the law when you have the right to use Florida notary supplies.

Finally, the person who earns the right to use Florida notary supplies must use extreme care to protect their notarial stamp, the required Florida records and the Florida notary stamp. These Florida supplies belong only to that individual and must be protected.

Therefore, it is very important to get Florida notary supplies from a professional company like Acorn. Florida allows either a round or a rectangular stamp. An embosser can be used in conjunction with the stamp, but it can never be the only Florida notary supply used. The notary seal must only be applied with black ink. The stamp must have the words “notary public state of Florida” on t. In Florida, a person can choose to use a nickname instead of their legal name on their commission, but whatever name is on the commission, must also be on the stamp. The stamp in the Florida notary supply must also contain the commission number and the date that commission expires. With all the requirements, it really is essential to use a reputable company.

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Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Make Sure Your Minnesota Land Surveyor Stamp Meets All Requirements]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2682 2016-11-11T20:06:14Z 2017-01-22T20:05:11Z Like other states, the Minnesota land surveyor stamp must meet stringent requirements in order for it to be considered valid. However, Minnesota’s requirements are much different than those that are common in other states. Keep reading to find out how your stamp needs to look and the lawful ways in which it should be used.…

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Like other states, the Minnesota land surveyor stamp must meet stringent requirements in order for it to be considered valid. However, Minnesota’s requirements are much different than those that are common in other states. Keep reading to find out how your stamp needs to look and the lawful ways in which it should be used.

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Minnesota Land Surveyor Stamp Appearance

One of the most significant differences between Minnesota land surveyor stamps and the ones required in other states is the shape. While there is a setup available that is round, it is rarely used. Instead, Minnesota uses a square seal that includes only required information. The Minnesota land surveyor stamp must include the statement:

“I hereby certify that this survey, plan or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Land Surveyor under the laws of the State of Minnesota.”

Below this statement, there is a line labeled “Print Name”. Below it is the signature line, which is followed by a line for the date. The license number is also included on the same line as the date on the most common Minnesota land surveyor stamp.

The rarely used round Minnesota land surveyor embossing seal follows the requirements in other states. The seal on this Minnesota land surveyor stamp is made up of two circles, with the larger one making up the outline for the stamp. Inside this circle is a smaller one, which contains the most important information. There is a space between the circles, which must include the licensee’s name along the top and “State of Minnesota” along the bottom. In the center of the smaller circle, the words “Licensed Land Surveyor” takes up three lines, followed by the license number on the fourth line.

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Usage Regulations

There are several regulations governing the use of a Minnesota land surveyor stamp. It is important that you follow these regulations to ensure you remain in compliance and avoid being penalized or fined.

The Minnesota land surveyor seal must be included on surveys, reports and plans that you prepare. You are also permitted to use it on these types of documents that are prepared by employees that you directly supervise.

It is important that you remember that applying your Minnesota land surveyor stamp is a certification that the information contained in the pages is accurate and correct. Your seal signifies that you accept responsibility for the information. Additionally, your Minnesota land surveyor stamp also makes you liable for the information, which means you become responsible for any damages or other problems that arise from it.

As you can see, there are a number of rules and regulations concerning the use of your Minnesota land surveyor stamp. Making sure you understand them will protect your licensing and your surveying career.

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Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Nevada Architectural Embosser Seal Uses and Requirements]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2677 2016-11-11T19:57:44Z 2017-01-21T13:55:34Z Architects in the state need to use a Nevada architectural embosser seal when they are sealing plans and other documents in the state. It is important to make sure that the stamp is in compliance with all of the rules and regulations in Nevada. The goal of the Nevada architectural embosser seal is to make…

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Architects in the state need to use a Nevada architectural embosser seal when they are sealing plans and other documents in the state. It is important to make sure that the stamp is in compliance with all of the rules and regulations in Nevada. The goal of the Nevada architectural embosser seal is to make sure that the architects in the state are properly sealing, signing, and taking responsibility for the work that they and their employees are doing.

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What Does the Nevada Architectural Embosser Seal Contain?

The rubber stamp or the Nevada architectural embosser seal needs to be 1 7/8" in diameter. It is the responsibility of each architect to purchase their own seal, or to have a seal in an electronic format. Regardless of the form, it will need to match all of the specifications that follow. It needs to have the name of the architect, as well as the words "State of Nevada" in capital letters. The name of the architect will typically be at the top of the circular Nevada architectural embosser seal, while the state will be at the bottom. At the top of the center circle of the seal will be the word "Registered" and "Architect" will be at the bottom. In the center of the circle is the license number.

When Can the Architect Use the Nevada Architectural Embosser Seal on Technical Submissions?

The architect can use the Nevada architectural embosser seal only on certain types of submissions and documents. They can use the seal on documents that they have personally prepared, as well as on documents that have been prepared by people under the control and purview of them. It is also possible to use the Nevada architectural embosser seal when the documents were prepared by a different architect from the same jurisdiction if the architect that plans to seal the documents has completely reviewed the other's work, helped with the preparation of the work or is adding the work to their own submissions.

It is also possible to use the Nevada architectural embosser seal for work prepared by other registered architects from around the United States if they have reviewed the work and added it to their own submissions, or if the other architect's work is for "prototypical building documents". They can also seal drawings and specs for work that isn't typically required by the law to be prepared by an architect if they plan to integrate it into their submissions.

If they do plan to add any of the other submissions to their own, they will need to redraw them when placing them in their documents, and then add the Nevada architectural embosser seal. Those who want to know more about the seal, as well as the other rules for working as an architect in the state should check out the Nevada State Board of Architecture, Interior Design, and Residential Design

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Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Make Sure Your Indiana Land Surveyor Seal Meets All Requirements]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2667 2016-11-11T19:44:07Z 2017-01-19T19:10:46Z In Indiana, land surveyor seals have specific guidelines that ensure proper usage and appearance. Due to the potential fines and punishments that can be applied, it is vitally important that you make sure your seal and its usage follows all regulations. Below you will find out what your Indiana land surveyor seal should look like…

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In Indiana, land surveyor seals have specific guidelines that ensure proper usage and appearance. Due to the potential fines and punishments that can be applied, it is vitally important that you make sure your seal and its usage follows all regulations. Below you will find out what your Indiana land surveyor seal should look like and how it should be used.

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Seal Requirements

While there are no exact size guidelines, your Indiana land surveyor seal can’t be smaller than 1 5/8” or larger than 1 7/8” in diameter. The seal requires two concentric circles, with the outer one featuring a milled edge. The space between the larger outer circle and the smaller inner one must contain your name as it appears on your license along the top arc, with the words “Land Surveyor” along the bottom arc.

Inside the smaller inner circle, the word “Registered” appears along the top edge with “Indiana” along the bottom one. Between these two words, the prefix “No.” is on one line, with the license number appearing on the line just below it. Right under the license number and in a straight line, the words “State of” should also be included.

Those using an Indiana land surveyor seal are permitted to use an embosser, a rubber stamp or an electronically applied seal.

Usage

There are also specific usage requirements for an Indiana land surveyor seal. It must be used on all reports, specifications, drawings, plats and other related documents. Use of the seal is only permitted during the period in which the license is considered valid and current.

Each Indiana land surveyor seal is only permitted for use on documents that you create, or those of which you oversee the creation. In cases where you are overseeing the preparation of the documents, the person must be a direct subordinate that is regularly under your employ.

When using your Indiana land surveyor seal, your signature and the date it was applied must be adjacent to the seal, without covering any portion of it. It is not necessary for the seal to be applied directly beside specific sections of the documents, providing it is certified properly.

It is considered unlawful for you to use your Indiana land surveyor seal on any documents that you did not prepare or oversee in an effort to hide the actual author of the information.

When you use your Indiana land surveyor seal, you need to keep in mind that it signifies that all information provided in the document has been verified and was found to be correct and in compliance with applicable codes. Due to this, it is important that you take the time to verify every document before affixing your seal to ensure you are not liable for any mistakes that may be included in it.

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Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Missouri Architectural Embossed Seal Required to Work in the State]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2662 2016-11-11T19:32:42Z 2017-01-18T10:30:02Z All architects in Missouri are required to have a Missouri architectural embossed seal or stamp acquired at their own expense. It is important that this seal conform to all of the rules and requirements set forth by the board in the state. What Does the Missouri Architectural Embossed Seal and Stamp Need to Contain? The…

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All architects in Missouri are required to have a Missouri architectural embossed seal or stamp acquired at their own expense. It is important that this seal conform to all of the rules and requirements set forth by the board in the state.

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What Does the Missouri Architectural Embossed Seal and Stamp Need to Contain?

The Missouri architectural embossed seal needs to be 1 ¾" in diameter and it needs to follow a very specific design. No other sizes are allowed. The seal needs to have two concentric circles. In between the two circles, the words "State of Missouri" and "Architect" need to appear. State of Missouri is on the top of the circle, while Architect is on the bottom portion of the circle. These words need to be in Times New Roman capital letters. On the inner part of the circle will be the name of the architect as well as their license number. Since this particular seal is for architects, the letter "A" followed by a dash will precede the license number.

Where the use of a Missouri architectural embossed seal for architects who received their license before 2002 is concerned, the term on the bottom part of the circle can appear as "Registered Architect". The middle part of the circle on these older Missouri architectural embossed seal will remain the same as in the new seals.

It is possible to obtain the seal in a number of different forms including rubber stamps and computer generated images, as well as the Missouri architectural embossed seal. However, they all need to contain the same information and be the same size. When the architect is using the stamp or Missouri architectural embossed seal, they also need to add their signature as well as the date when they seal documents.

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When it comes to the signature, it can refer to the handwritten signature of the architect who owns the stamp, as well as electronic signature authentication for digital documents. Of course, when using a digital signature it needs to be unique for the person using it, and it needs to be verifiable through the digital document to ensure authenticity.

In the event that the digital document does not have a proper electronic signature, the seal is removed and the following text needs to be inserted: "This media should not be considered a certified document". Whenever the architect needs to revise a document, they need to add the Missouri architectural embossed seal along with a signature and a date, as well as an explanation for the revisions to the plans.

Instead of needing to add the Missouri architectural embossed seal, signature and date to all pages, it is possible for the architect to add these elements to the title page as well as the index page or seals page on multiple documents bound together. To learn more about the requirements for architects and using the Missouri architectural embossed seal, you can visit the Missouri Board of Architects.

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Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Iowa Secretary of General Reminds Notaries of Their Responsibilities when using Iowa Notary Supplies]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2640 2016-11-11T18:56:41Z 2017-01-17T20:55:43Z The Iowa Secretary of State reminds notary publics that they have a legal responsibility to carry out their duties according to the law. Iowa law demands that when a notary is going to notarize a document, they need to carry out a two-step process before they can use their Iowa notary supplies. The first step,…

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The Iowa Secretary of State reminds notary publics that they have a legal responsibility to carry out their duties according to the law. Iowa law demands that when a notary is going to notarize a document, they need to carry out a two-step process before they can use their Iowa notary supplies.

The first step, according to the Iowa Secretary of State, is to make sure that the person is whom they claim they are before allowing them to sign the document and using Iowa notary supplies to notarize a document.

The Secretary of State says that a notary public can use several techniques to make sure that the person is who they claim and is not being coerced into signing the document. First, the Iowa notary public before using their Iowa notary supplies should make sure that the person appears in front of them. You cannot notarize a document for a person who is not physically present.

Before the notary public uses their Iowa notary skills, the person should also make sure that no one is forcing the person to sign. If you feel that someone is forcing a person to sign, then simply refuse to use your Iowa notary supplies. You are representing the people of Iowa and you can be held legally responsible if you act inappropriately.

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If you have any questions in your mind that the person does not understand what they are signing, then it is also best to not sign the document. This could potentially happen in a couple of different ways. One way is that the person is no longer of sound mind because of physical problems. The second way is that the person is high or intoxicated. In either case, you should not use your Iowa notary supplies.

Finally, you must satisfy yourself that the person is who they say they are before you use your Iowa notary supplies. You can ask the person for identification or you can ask other witnesses for the person’s name. Finally, you can require the person to take an oath.

The second step is to use your Iowa notary supplies to complete a certificate of a notarial act. Then, you may attach your Iowa stamp to the document. Since you may be asked to do this many times, make sure you have great Iowa notary supplies.

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Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Illinois Secretary of State Warns to Protect Illinois Notary Supplies]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2657 2016-11-11T19:26:42Z 2017-01-16T16:25:56Z The Illinois Secretary of State is reminding all notary publics of the importance of protecting their Illinois notary supplies, especially their rubber stamp. Regardless of who paid for the stamp it belongs to the individual. If the stamp ends up being stolen, it is the responsibility of the notary public to report the theft of…

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The Illinois Secretary of State is reminding all notary publics of the importance of protecting their Illinois notary supplies, especially their rubber stamp. Regardless of who paid for the stamp it belongs to the individual. If the stamp ends up being stolen, it is the responsibility of the notary public to report the theft of Illinois notary supplies to the police immediately. The individual should then report the theft of notary supplies to the Secretary of State and resign. Any individual who has resigned is not eligible to become a notary public for 10 years. Therefore, it is essential that Illinois notary supplies be protected.

According to the Secretary of State, there is no shortage of individuals who are eligible to become a notary public and use Illinois notary supplies. The individual only needs to be 18 years of age. They must live or work in Illinois for 30 days before applying. The individual must never have been convicted of committing a felony. Not surprisingly, in order to use Illinois notary supplies the person must be able to read and write English.

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If you meet the requirements, and want to be able to use your own Illinois notary supplies, then you need to start by filling out the application found on the state’s website. You must then take the completed application and a government issued ID to the county clerk’s office. You will also need to purchase a $5,000 surety bond and take proof of that bond with you. While you are at the county clerk’s office you will be asked to submit a specimen sample.

Then, you can buy your Illinois notary supplies. In most cases, the only Illinois notary supply that is mandatory is a rubber stamp that says notary public, state of Illinois and the date that the commission expires. The notable exception to this rule is that if you will be notarizing the transfer or intent to transfer residential property in Cook County, then you must have a notarial book.

It is the responsibility of the notary public to protect their Illinois notary public supplies. Therefore, the individual should buy great quality products like those from Acorn where all products are made in the United States. They should then keep them with them at all times. After all, the individual does not want anyone to be able to steal their Illinois notary supplies.

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Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Make Sure Your Delaware Land Surveyor Stamp Meets All Requirements]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2651 2016-11-11T19:19:24Z 2017-01-15T15:15:33Z If you are a licensed professional land surveyor in Delaware, there are many rules and requirements that come with the designation. One of the most important of these is obtaining and using a Delaware land surveyor stamp. As the use of this type of seal is highly regulated, you need to make sure you understand…

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If you are a licensed professional land surveyor in Delaware, there are many rules and requirements that come with the designation. One of the most important of these is obtaining and using a Delaware land surveyor stamp. As the use of this type of seal is highly regulated, you need to make sure you understand as much as possible about it to ensure proper compliance.

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What Is a Delaware Land Surveyor Stamp?

A Delaware land surveyor stamp is a seal that must be used on all plats, reports, specifications, drawings and other documents. Each time you use your seal, you are asserting that the documents meet the minimum requirements that are listed in the Standards for Land Surveyors. The Delaware land surveyor stamp also denotes that you were responsible for creating the documents, or you directly supervised those involved in creating them, and that you are verifying the accuracy of the information.

Seal Requirements

Delaware land surveyor stamps must meet specific guidelines in order for it to be considered valid. The stamp must have a diameter of 1 ½”. The seal is made up of two concentric circles with information placed in designated areas. The larger outer circle makes up the edge of the seal and surrounds all information contained on it. The inner circle is separated from the larger one by a space that must include the surveyor’s name across the arc at the top, along with the designation “Professional Land Surveyor” along the bottom arc. Inside the inner circle of the Delaware land surveyor stamp, the word “Registered” appears at the top with “Delaware” at the bottom. Centered in the remaining space, the prefix “No.” is followed by the license number.

Using a Delaware Seal

There are also regulations that must be followed when using a Delaware land surveyor stamp. This state requires an embossing seal that results in a raised seal on the pages, as well as a rubber stamp. If the embossing stamp can’t be used, surveyors are required to use a rubber stamp and red ink. Each time the seal is used, it must be accompanied by the licensee’s signature and the date.

A Delaware land surveyor stamp can also be used electronically if used with an accepted digital signature. If stamped documents are sent electronically, the seal must be removed. Additionally, the documents will need an explanation that the original documents included the seal, signature and date, and that they may be scanned or photocopied. Surveyors must keep the original documents containing the Delaware land surveyor stamp on file.

If you have any additional questions concerning your Delaware land surveyor stamp, make sure to visit the Land Surveyor Licensure page on the State of Delaware website. You will also find a wealth of additional information concerning your requirements as a registered land surveyor.

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Devon Brandt http://www.acornsales.com <![CDATA[Important Information Regarding New York Architectural Embossers and Stamps]]> http://blog.acornsales.com/?p=2645 2016-11-11T19:20:40Z 2017-01-14T19:05:41Z If you are an architect working in NY State, then you will need to have New York architectural embossers and stamps that have been approved by the board before they can work. The seal will need to be added to all of the drawings and specifications that are submitted to public officials in the state.…

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If you are an architect working in NY State, then you will need to have New York architectural embossers and stamps that have been approved by the board before they can work. The seal will need to be added to all of the drawings and specifications that are submitted to public officials in the state. Those who do not use the New York architectural embossers and stamps properly and in accordance with the laws in the state are in violation of the law, and will face punishment from the board.

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What Should the New York Architectural Embossers and Stamps Include?

The New York architectural embossers and stamps have to meet the regulations and statutes of the state. You are able to use a rubber stamp or an embossing seal, but they both will need to measure 1 ¾" in diameter. The New York architectural embossers and stamps need to be circular. At the top, on the outer portion of the circle, they need to include the words "Registered Architect". On the bottom outer part of the circle, they need to include the words "Registered Architect".

At the center of the circle is the Great Seal of New York. Above this image will be the architect's name. Below the image is the license number. There can be no additional letters or numbers included on the design.

Additional Information

Something that's important to note for architects in NY is that in addition to the New York architectural embossers and stamps, they will also need to have a stamp that warns that it is illegal for anyone to alter the documents in any manner unless they are making changes under the guidance of a licensed architect. The architects will need to apply this stamp to any documents that bear their New York architectural embossers and stamps.

In the event that there is an alteration to a document, the architect that makes the alteration will need to add his or her own New York architectural embossers and stamps to it. They will also need to add the word "altered" and then sign and date the alteration. In addition, they have to provide a description of the alteration. Failure to do so is against the law.

The architects should also make sure they keep their New York architectural embossers and seals secure. Even though it is rare for someone to steal these items and use them to claim they are an architect, it does happen on occasion. The architect is responsible for the security of their own stamps.

Those who may want to learn more about the New York architectural embossers and stamps, as well as the regulations and rules for working as an architect in New York State should visit the NY government website.

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