Do I Need a Notary Stamp in Nevada?
Nevada Notary Stamps – Yes! Required
According to Nev. Rev. Stat. § 240.040, notaries must use an official seal stamp. Embossers are not required. The same requirements hold for electronic notarizations in Nevada.
Your stamp should create rectangular impressions no larger than 1-inch in Height by 2.5-inches in Width (1Hx2.5W).
It should create imprints that are photographically reproducible; this means you must choose an ink color dark enough to be photocopied, scanned, etc.
The seal will include the notary’s name, appointment expiration date, number of the notary’s certificate of appointment, and the words “Notary Public, State of Nevada”. If you are a resident of California, Oregon, Utah, Idaho, or Arizona practicing as a notary public in Nevada, then add the word “nonresident” to your seal. State statute does not demand but does allow inclusion of an image of the Great Seal of the State of Nevada; exorcise personal preference.
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