DEBRA DEBERRY, CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT OF DEKALB COUNTY
Each notary must provide a seal of office for the authentication of notorial acts. The seal must contain the name of the notary and the name of the county in which the commission was receieved. Example: John Doe, Notary Public, DeKalb County GA.
Embossment of notorial certifications by the seal is authorzed but not necessary: the use of a rubber stamp or other type stamp will be acceptable for imprinting the notorial seal. At the time of the commission, each notary will receive a duplicate copy of their notary certificate for presentation to a supplier of notry seals. The presentment of such a duplicate to a supplier is necessary to obtain a notary seal.
In performing documentation of a notorial act, a notary shall sign the certification in ink exactly as the name appears on the notary commission and notary seal and shall also record the exact date of the notorial act. However, in connection with attestationof deeds or other instruments' pertaining to real property the date of the notorial act shall not be required.
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