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Wyoming Notary Seals

State of Wyoming Official Notary Seal Requirements

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

Wyoming Statutes - Notaries Public - 32-1-106. Official seal.
    (a) Each notary public before entering upon the duties of his office, shall provide himself with an official seal with which he shall authenticate all his official acts, which seal shall clearly show, when embossed, stamped, impressed or affixed to a document, his name, the words "notary public," the name of the county wherein he resides, and the word "Wyoming," and the seal of a notary public shall not be levied upon or sold. If the notary public changes his county of residence to a different county than that shown on the seal, he shall have the seal altered to indicate such change.
    (b) The seal of every notary public may be affixed by a seal press or stamp that will print or emboss a seal which legibly reproduces under the photographic methods the name of the notary, the words "notary public," the name of the county in which he resides and the word "Wyoming." The seal may be circular not over two (2) inches in diameter or may be a rectangular form of not more than three-fourths of an inch in width by two and one-half (2 1/2) inches in length, with a serrated or milled edged border, and shall contain the information required by this section.
Wyoming Notary Handbook - AM I REQUIRED TO KEEP A NOTARIAL LOG BOOK?
Keeping a notarial log book, or journal, is not required in Wyoming, although you may wish to do so for your own protection. Depending on the number and types of notarial acts performed, recording official notarial acts in a journal may prove useful later if you need to recall the specifics of a particular notarization. Such an instance might include testifying in a legal proceeding regarding your verification of a signer’s identity and verification that you personally witnessed their signature on a document.