West Virginia Notary Stamps & Embossers
Does West Virginia require a notary seal stamp?
Yes. West Virginia requires a notary stamp.
Source: West Virginia Notary Public Handbook. Your Stamp
“Your rubber stamp seal must include the following:
• The words Official Seal, Notary Public and State of West Virginia
• Your name
• Your address or the address of your business or affiliation
• Your commission expiration date”
“The seal must have a border, and be no larger than 1 x 2 ½ inches. You are responsible for the security of your stamping device and may not allow another individual to use the device to perform a notarial act. If your commission ends due to resignation, revocation or expiration, you must disable the stamp by destroying it so that it is unusable. In the event of a notary’s death, the notary’s representative, guardian or any other person knowingly in possession of the stamp must render it unusable. If a stamping device is lost or stolen, please notify the Secretary of State’s Office immediately. Proper notification could prevent misuse of the seal.”
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West Virginia Notary Embosser
Choose your desired West Virginia notary embosser type and color below. Start by choosing the embosser type, then embosser color. Not all notary embossers offer all color options.
The embossed seal…