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What is an appropriate place for a California notary to keep and store an official notary seal?

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According to the National Notary Association, notaries should keep the notary book and seal locked in a briefcase or drawer when not in use. Another suggestion is a filing cabinet that locks, or a personal safe.

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Notaries should never allow anyone else to use the notary seal. Doing so could lead to fraud within the court system since notarized documents can be used as court evidence. Another way to reduce liability for potential mistakes as a notary is to obtain errors and omissions insurance. This is liability insurance that protects a notary against financial loss should a lawsuit be filed, notes the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries.

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