Nevada Notary Stamps & Embossers

Does Nevada require a notary stamp/seal?

Yes. Nevada requires a notary stamp/seal.

Source: Nev. Rev. Stat. § 240.040. Use of stamp; embossed notarial seal not required; requirements of stamp.
1. The statement required by paragraph (d) of subsection 1 of NRS 240.1655 must:
(a) Be imprinted in indelible, photographically reproducible ink with a rubber or other mechanical stamp; and
(b) Set forth:
(1) The name of the notary public;
(2) The phrase “Notary Public, State of Nevada”;
(3) The date on which the appointment of the notary public expires;
(4) The number of the certificate of appointment of the notary public;
(5) If the notary public so desires, the Great Seal of the State of Nevada; and
(6) If the notary public is a resident of an adjoining state, the word “nonresident.”
2. After July 1, 1965, an embossed notarial seal is not required on notarized documents.
3. The stamp required pursuant to subsection 1 must:
(a) Be a rectangle, not larger than 1 inch by 2 1/2 inches, and may contain a border design; and
(b) Produce a legible imprint.