Kentucky Notary Stamps & Embossers

Kentucky does not require a notary stamp, but there are regulations if the notary chooses to use one.

Source: Kentucky Notary Handbook

“Kentucky notary statutes, Kentucky Revised Statutes 423.010 – 423.990, do not require the notary to use a seal. Notarizations in Kentucky are regularly performed without a stamp or seal. However, if a notary wishes to obtain a seal of office, it should contain name and a notary public title such as “Notary Public-State at Large” or “Notary Public-Special Commission.” It should be noted that some states require a seal or stamp; therefore, if you are notarizing a deed or other document which is to be recorded or used out of state, there is a possibility a seal or stamp is required.”