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 Can a notary use a signature stamp?

Answer A notary must actually sign a document, not just use a signature stamp. If a notary does use a signature stamp, the document in question would not be official and would need to be notarized again.S... Read More »
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Is a notary signature legal without the stamp?

A notary signature is valid without an ink stamp in some states, but each state has the right to make that decision. If a notary does not have an ink stamp, her name and commission expiration date ... Read More »
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Adding Ink to a Notary Stamp?

There are two types of notary stamps, the traditional stamp used with an ink pad and a self inking variety. The self inking variety of notary stamp contains an ink pad inside it and presses the sta... Read More »
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How do i get a notary public stamp?

Notary LocationFind a location near you that offers notary services. Most banks offer notary-public services, as do some stores such as Mail Boxes Etc. and The UPS Store, and some public offices su... Read More »
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What goes on a notary stamp in Michigan?

The American Association of Notaries provides notary stamps for Michigan that include your name, title of Notary Public, State of Michigan, county of operation and commission expiration date. Michi... Read More »
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