Do I Need a Notary Stamp in Oklahoma?
Oklahoma Notary Stamps – Yes! Required
According to Okla. Stat. §49-5, each notary must obtain an official seal with which he or she authenticates all acts, instruments, and attestations. Your seal can be manufactured on either an inked stamp or metal seal embosser.
As of 2018, there are no requirements in Oklahoma regarding the ink color, shape, and dimensions of the chosen implement. However, be aware there is a general thrust towards reproducibility of the stamp and seal image; you may want to consider getting an impression inker if deciding on the metal embosser, and choosing dark ink for the stamp. We recommend a standard black.
Your official Oklahoma notary public’s embosser or stamp will include the notary’s name, and the words “Notary Public” and “State of Oklahoma.” You do have an option of adding both the commission number and expiration date to the seal. This is not required in state statute. But since official notarizations demand the commission expiration date’s attachment to all documents, it can make life easier to do so. $50 fine otherwise. Contact an appropriate vendor for supplies.