PennsylvaniaNotaries public commissioned in Pennsylvania are required to use an official seal to authenticate all the acts, instruments and attestations of the notary public. For paper (versus electronic) notarizations, this is a rubber stamp seal which must have a maximum height of 1 inch and a width of 3 ½ inches with a plain border.
The stamp/seal must contain, in the following order:
- The words “Commonwealth of Pennsylvania”
- The words “Notary Seal”
- The name as it appears on the commission of the notary public and the words “Notary Public”
- The name of the county in which the notary public maintains an office
- The date the notary public's commission expires
- The notary commission number
Notaries may use an embosser in addition to the rubber stamp seal. However, the embosser is optional and may not replace the rubber stamp seal.
https://www.dos.pa.gov/OtherServices/Notaries/General%20Information%20and%20Equipment/Pages/Notary-Public-Equipment.aspxFollowing the effective date of the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) on October 26, 2017:
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