South Dakota Notary Stamps & Embossers
Does South Dakota require a notary seal stamp?
Yes. South Dakota requires a notary stamp.
Source: S.D. Codified Laws § 18-1-3.1. Requirements of notary public seal.
Commission expiration date required on notarized document. Each notary public shall have a seal which shall be used for the purpose of acknowledging documents. The seal shall be of a type approved by the secretary of state and shall contain at least the following:
(1) The notary’s name;
(2) The words, South Dakota;
(3) The words, notary public; and
(4) A border surrounding the imprint.
In addition, rubber stamp seals shall have the word, seal.
If a seal is used by a notary public, the notary public shall write, or print by a device made for such printing, below the seal’s imprint or print and if not provided by the form, the words, my commission expires, and shall provide a date therefor.
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