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Iowa Notary Seals

State of Iowa Official Notary Seal Requirements

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

9B.17 Official stamp.
1. The official stamp of a notary public must comply with all of the following:
a. Include the notary public’s name, the words “Notarial Seal” and “Iowa”, the words “Commission Number” followed by a number assigned to the notary public by the secretary of state, the words “My Commission Expires” followed either by the date that the notary public’s term would ordinarily expire as provided in section 9B.21 or a blank line on which the notary public shall indicate the date of expiration, if any, of the notary public’s commission, as required by and in satisfaction of section 9B.15, subsection 1, paragraph “e”, and other information required by the secretary of state.
b. Be capable of being copied together with the record to which it is affixed or attached or with which it is logically associated. If the official stamp contains a blank line, the person must print the date that the notary public’s term would ordinarily expire on the blank line imprinted on each record subject to a notarial act.
2.
a. This section does not apply to a judicial officer as defined in section 602.1101 performing a notarial act in accordance with state or federal authority. This section does not apply to a chief officer or a chief officer’s designee certifying a peace officer’s verification of a uniform citation and complaint pursuant to section 805.6, subsection 3. This section does not apply to a peace officer administering an oath or acknowledging a signature pursuant to section 80.9A, subsection 3, or to a certified law enforcement officer administering an oath or acknowledging a signature pursuant to section 817.3.
b. A judicial officer, chief officer, chief officer’s designee, peace officer, or certified law enforcement officer performing an act described in paragraph “a” is not required to acquire or use an official stamp in performing that act.

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