Notary Supplies

Notary Supplies

Employer Services makes ordering supplies for your organization's Notaries simple and trouble-free. All services and Notary supplies provided are preapproved by your organization to ensure your Notary-employees receive exactly what you authorize and nothing more. The supply packages are customized to comply with state laws and requirements and to meet your organization's particular needs.

Notary Bond

Notary Bond

Thirty states including the District of Columbia require Notaries to purchase a surety bond. Up to the dollar amount of the bond, the state-licensed surety will reimburse any person financially harmed by the Notary's negligent mistakes or intentional misconduct, if the Notary is unable to do so. The bond is not insurance for the Notary -- it is protection for the public against mistakes and misconduct by the Notary.

Journal of Notarial Acts

Journal of Notarial Acts

A Notary journal is one of the most important professional practices a Notary can adopt, and provides your organization with reliable evidence of the Notary's standard of care should any notarization be questioned. The NNA recommends that all Notaries protect themselves by keeping a journal, and that employers similarly protect their organizations by requiring their Notaries to maintain a record of their acts, whether required by law or not.

Thumb printer

Thumb printer

California and Illinois require Notaries secure a thumbprint in journals and notarial records for signers of real property documents. The NNA offers inkless thumb printing devices that meet these requirements.

Notary Law Primer

Notary Law Primer

NNA Notary Law Primers provide your Notary-employees with at-hand guidance to perform any notarization. Each Primer is a guidebook that explains state laws, procedures and best practices in an easy-to-find format and in easy-to-understand terms. Choose from one of our 29 state specific versions or the U.S. Notary Law Primer which covers all U.S. states and territories.

Official Notary Seal Stamp

Official Notary Seal Stamp

Virtually every state has some manner of official Notary seal requirements. Most commonly, Notaries are required to affix an inked-seal stamp impression on each document they notarize. The NNA recommends all Notaries use an official seal stamp to secure their official acts and provides state-law-compliant seal stamps and seal embossers for every state.

Notary Certificate Forms

Notary Certificate Forms

It is not unusual for your Notaries to be asked to notarize a document where no official certificate wording is included or the certificate wording does not comply with state law. The NNA provides compliant, pre-printed certificates for every state and virtually every type of notarial act. We recommend your Notaries are prepared with certificates to handle the most common notarial acts.

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