Do I Need a Notary Stamp in Delaware?
Delaware Notary Stamps – Yes! Required
Del. Code Ann. § 4310. states all notaries public transacting within state bounds should use an official seal on the document being notarized. Do so with either a stamp or embosser. Specifications as regards shape and dimension do not appear in the Delaware statutes. Round or rectangular models are accepted. However, be aware other states may have such requirements defined. Reference a corresponding guide for the state in which you plan to do business.
Your official Delaware stamp seal must use black ink. The embossed image does not have to be reproducible under photographic methods. Once again, be aware of the requirements defined for any other state you plan on doing business. Consider the purchase of a seal impression inker.
A Delaware notary public’s seal must include the notary’s name exactly as it appears on the commission and the words “Notary Public”, “State of Delaware”, and “My Commission Expires On [+ expiration date]”. The Secretary of State Office has made recent strides in developing a single, secure, cloud-based platform for licensed electronic notarizations, but the program is not applicable at this time. Reach out for more assistance and make sure to contact an appropriate vendor for any supplies-related queries.