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Every notary public shall provide a notarial seal containing such notary's name exactly as it appears on the application for appointment as a notary public, and the words “notary public” and “state of Kansas” or words of like import indicating statewide notarial authority, approved by the secretary of state. Such seal shall authenticate all official acts, attestations and instruments therewith. Every notary public shall add to such notary's official signature the date of expiration of appointment as a notary public. The seal of every notary public shall be either a seal press and the impression thereof inked or blackened or a rubber stamp to be used with permanent ink so that any such seal may be legibly reproduced by photographic process. No notary public shall use either such seal unless an impression thereof has been filed in the office of secretary of state.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Kansas Statutes Chapter 53. Notaries Public and Commissioners § 53-105. Seal; statement of date of expiration of appointment - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ks/chapter-53-notaries-public-and-commissioners/ks-st-sect-53-105.html
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