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Rhode Island Notary Seals

State of Oregon Official Notary Seal Requirements

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

Notary Public Manual - Notary Tools - Notary Stamp
Rhode Island General Law requires the use of a notary stamp when notarizing documents. The stamp shall be in round (circular) or rectangular form with an edge border surrounding the required elements of the stamp. The stamp must include the notary’s name exactly as it appears on their commission, the words “NOTARY PUBLIC” and “RHODE ISLAND.” The stamp may also include the notary’s identification number and commission expiration date. A notary’s stamp is the exclusive property of the notary; it may not be used by any other person. For notaries who have an embosser and wish to continue using it, they must render the seal with the ability to be photocopied and/or scanned. This may be accomplished through the use of a pre-inked seal highlighter. The highlighter is a round stamp pad that is used in conjunction
Notary Public Manual - Notary Tools - Journal of Notorial Acts
National best practices also strongly suggest that all notaries should use a journal. Many notaries find that using a journal is a protective measure and a very beneficial tool. A journal should be a permanently bound book that creates and preserves a chronological record of performed notarial acts. RI general law does not mandate that notaries use a journal of notarial acts.

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