Notary Seal Requirements: Kentucky
The State of Kentucky does not require the use of a notary stamp or seal. 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.
If one is used, the notary stamp or embossing seal sould contain the name of the notary public and a notary public title such as "Notary Public - State at Large" or "Notary Public - Special Commission."
To Order Your Seal:
Select the stamp you want to order from below, enter the appropriate information, and upload a copy of your notary commission before adding to cart and selecting any additional accessories.