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South Carolina Notary Supplies

South Carolina Notary Supplies

Notary Public commissions are valid for a 10 year term in the state of South Carolina. Order your South Carolina notary supplies and notary kits from our large selection of notary stamps and notary seals. The State of South Carolina requires all notaries to have an official notary seal that must be used when performing notarial acts. South Carolina notaries may use an Embosser, Pre-Inked Stamp or Self-Inking Stamp to notarize documents. If you choose to purchase a notary embosser, it is highly recommended to purchase a seal impression inker so that you will be able to photocopy your notarized documents. We also suggest purchasing a Jurat / Affidavit and Acknowledgement stamps because these notary stamps will make your job easier because they have all of the required text needed to complete your notary acts. Keeping a notary journal is a good idea so you will have a record of all your notarial acts performed. All notary supplies and packages ship within 2-3 business days!

South Carolina Notary Stamps and Seals include the following information that is required by the state which include: Name, Notary Public, State of South Carolina and Commission Expiration Date.

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A South Carolina notary can perform many duties. Some of the duties may include:

  • Performing marriage ceremonies
  • Take oaths and affirmations
  • Take acknowledgements
  • Attestations and jurats
  • Signature witnessing
  • Verify facts
  • Conduct any acts authorized by law

 A great reference guide is the Notary Public Online Manual from the Secretary of State in South Carolina.


How to become a notary in SC?

In order to become a notary in South Carolina, you must complete a Notary Application and follow the process below:

  1. Make sure that you meet all of the state’s qualifications.
  2. Complete and submit the Notary Application with a $25 fee to your county delegates for signatures so it can be forwarded to the Secretary of State’s office (List of county delegations is on Application Form).
  3. Purchase South Carolina Notary Seal.
  4. Purchase Notary Journal (optional but recommended).
  5. Purchase Errors & Omissions insurance (optional but recommended)
  6. File your notary commission certificate with the county clerk (there will be a $10 fee)


Where may I conduct notary services?

Anywhere in the state of South Carolina.

Who can I notarize for in the state of South Carolina?

You can notarize for any member of the public who meets all of the requirements for the notarization (must have proof of identity and be physically present)

Is there any training required for South Carolina notaries?

No training course is required.

Do I need a notary bond or E&O Insurance?

A South Carolina notary is not required to purchase a surety bond to protect the signers against financial damages that may result from the Notary’s misconduct or negligence. A surety bond protects the public, not the notary.

However, notaries can insure themselves against any possible legal costs or damages by purchasing optional E&O Insurance (Errors and Omissions). This is not required by law but an E&O policy will cover legal fees and damages up to the amount of the policy.


What are the costs?

  • The application fee is $25.00
  • Filing the official commission with the Clerk of Court will be a $10.00 fee.
  • If you decide to get E&O insurance, these prices will vary depending on the term and coverage
  • Notary supplies (notary stamp & notary seal)

What notary supplies will I need to become a notary in South Carolina?

South Carolina Notaries must have an official seal of office that can be in the form of a stamp or embosser. If a South Carolina notary decides to purchase a notary embosser, it is best to also have a seal impression inker to make the raised impression photographically reproduced.  Though not required, it is recommended to purchase a notary journal to keep a record of all notarial acts performed.

Your stamp and or seal should have the following information:

  • Name (as it appears on your certificate)
  • Notary Public
  • State of South Carolina
  • Commission Expiration Date

How long does a commission last in South Carolina?

Notary commissions are valid for a 10-year term. Notaries can renew their appointments by submitting an application about 12 weeks prior to their expiration date.