Does Kentucky require notary seal?
Correspondingly, what states require a notary seal?
|State||Notary Stamp/Seal Requirements|
|Illinois||Ink Stamp Required NOTE- Seal impression must be photographically reproducible.|
|Indiana||Ink Stamp or Embossing Seal Required NOTE- Seal Impression must be photographically reproducible.|
|Iowa||Ink Stamp or Embossing Seal Required|
Likewise, can you notarize for a family member in Kentucky? There is no specific prohibition against notarizing for a family member. However, to avoid any possible challenges based upon allegation of bias, conflict of interest or other impropriety, you should probably avoid the practice.
Then, is a notary valid without a seal?
Notaries must have and use a stamp or seal. If you are a current notary and have a seal that has all of this information except for the expiration date, you may obtain a black ink stamp that has your name and the expiration date. You then would use both the stamp and the seal each time you notarize a document.
How long is a Kentucky Notary good for?
Notary commission in Kentucky is valid for four years.