Do I Need a Notary Stamp in Kansas?
Kansas Notary Stamps – Yes! Required
Kan. Stat. Ann. § 53-105 dictates all appointed notaries public use a seal to create authorized notarizations. Do so with either a stamp or embosser. Use personal preference in combination with best judgement as ink color, shape, and dimensions are left unspecified in state statute. However, keep in mind the impression must be suitable for photographic reproduction. So choose a dark ink color for the stamp and a seal inker if getting an embosser.
An official Notary Public seal of office in Kansas should include at minimum your name and the words “Notary Public ” along with “State of Kansas”. You have the option to add the Appointment Expiration Date within the seal and a picture of the Kansas Capitol building. To do so is a matter of personal choice and custom. The Expiration Date does need to be included on the notarized document, but can be outside the seal. Contact an appropriate vendor.