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Indiana Notary Seals

State of Indiana Official Notary Seal Requirements

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

Indiana Notary Public Guide
Notary Seal
A notary seal may be a rubber stamp or type that embosses an impression on paper. At minimum the seal must contain the following information:
• The words: “Notary Public”
• The words: “state of Indiana”
• The word: “seal”
• The name of the notary public, exactly as it appears on the notary public’s commission certificate
• The words: “commission number” followed by the commission number of the notary public (commission numbers are now listed in the form of NP0xxxxxx)
• The words: “my commission expires” followed by the expiration date of the notary public’s commission
Notary Journals
Notaries in some states are required to keep a record of all notarial acts they perform in a journal of notarial acts. Indiana does not require notaries to maintain a journal of their notarial acts. Leading notary associations recommend that notaries maintain a journal, both as a good professional practice and as protection in the event the notary is accused of fraud or malpractice. The Secretary of State’s office strongly recommends that notaries record all their notarial acts in a notary journal. This record of acts can protect the notary in case of a lawsuit. Journals can be electronic or paper and purchased from notary associations, notary service businesses and office supply stores.

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