Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Can My Notary Seal Ink be Purple? (Preview)

If you are interest in knowing whether or not you can have a notary stamp seal with a color of ink other than black, sign up for the American Association of Notaries' free emailed newsletter. The next emailed article begins like this,
"There are only six states with laws that require black ink to be used in the notary’s seal; one state requires purple and several states do not require a seal at all. The majority of states’ notaries can choose a reproducible ink color such as blue, purple, or green. Can you?"

Notaries often believe that they must have black ink in their notary seal. Only six states require black, and one state, Tennessee, requires that the notary's stamp seal ink be any color except black.

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The article about notary seal ink color will be published within the week. After the newsletter comes out, this entry will be updated to include the link.

Until next time....Brenda Stone, Texas Notary Publisher

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