Purpose of Notary Stamps

October 27th, 2009 | Rss Feed

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.

These stamps are designed keeping in mind the essential requirements of the notary and prove helpful for carrying out official purposes. These stamps are available at various online stores at easily affordable prices and offer on request multiple color choices like blue, red, green and purple other than black.

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