New Blog Post: Notary for Duke Energy Identity Verification Form

In the afternoon hours of Thursday, January 22, 2015, a local resident called to have a Duke Energy Identity Verification Form signed and notarized.  Information for the general public.  Many of you have inquired whether my “stamp” is valid for the notarial process.  I want to assure you that it is sufficient.  The State of South Carolina law does not require a stamp nor seal on any notarized document, however, upon the request of either party, in the case of a document traveling out of state, or just as a practice in general, you may want to consider affixing a stamp or sealing a document.  There are some circumstances where a stamp or seal should NOT be placed, eg., the marriage license and certification.

Signing performed at Headquarters by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak.

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