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Colorado Notary Seals

State of Colorado Official Notary Seal Requirements

All of Stamp-Connection's Notary Public Stamps & Seals meet the requirements in the Colorado State code. They are as follows:

24-21-517. Official Stamp
(1) The official stamp of a notary public must:
(a) Be rectangular and contain only the outline of the seal and the following information printed within the outline of the seal:
(I) The notary public's name, as it appears on the notary's certificate of commission;
(II) The notary's identification number;
(III) The notary's commission expiration date;
(IV) The words "state of Colorado"; and
(V) The words "notary public"; and
(b) Be capable of being copied together with the record to which it is affixed or attached or with which it is logically associated.
(2) A notary public shall not provide, keep, or use a seal embosser.
24-21-519. Journal
(1) A notary public shall maintain a journal in which the notary public chronicles all notarial acts that the notary public performs. The notary public shall retain the journal for ten years after the performance of the last notarial act chronicled in the journal.
(2)(a) A journal may be created on a tangible medium or in an electronic format. If a journal is maintained on a tangible medium, it must be a permanent, bound register with numbered pages. If a journal is maintained in an electronic format, it must be in a permanent, tamper-evident electronic format complying with the rules of the secretary of state.

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