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Oregon Notary Seals

State of Oregon Official Notary Seal Requirements

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

160-100-0100 - Description of Imprint of Official Stamp
(1) The reasonably legible imprint of an official stamp of a notary public shall contain:
(a) The state seal, as described in ORS 186.020;
(b) The following words, in descending order, centered in the official stamp to the right of the state seal:
(A) The words "Official Stamp";
(B) The printed name of the notary public;
(C) The words "Notary Public — Oregon";
(D) The words "Commission No." immediately followed by the notary public’s commission number;
(E) The words "My Commission Expires", immediately followed by the notary public's commission expiration date, expressed in terms of the month (spelled-out), two-digit date, and complete year.
(2) The imprint of an official stamp of a notary public on a tangible record shall be an imprint capable of being photocopied or reproduced.
(3) The official stamp of a notary public on an electronic record shall contain:
(a) The printed name of the notary public;
(b) The words "Notary Public — Oregon";
(c) The words "Commission No." immediately followed by the notary public’s commission number;
(d) The words "My Commission Expires", immediately followed by the notary public's commission expiration date, expressed in terms of the month (spelled-out), two-digit date, and complete year.
160-100-0110 - Use of Official Stamp
(1) A notary public shall use the notary public's official stamp to perform a notarial act.
(2) A notary public shall use the notary public's official stamp
(a) For a tangible record, by placing a legible imprint of the official stamp on a notarial certificate at the time of the performance of the notarial act.
(b) For an electronic record, by attaching or logically associating it with the electronic record.
Oregon Laws 2013 - Ch 219 - Section 18. Journal.
(1) Except as provided in subsection (11) of this section, a notary public shall maintain one or more journals in which the notary public chronicles all notarial acts that the notary public performs. The notary public shall retain the journal for 10 years after the performance of the last notarial act chronicled in the journal.

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