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South Carolina Notary Supplies Shop

Notary Public of America is proud to offer notary products to help you perform your duties and responsibilities as a South Carolina notary public. We offer a wide array of products from notary stamps and embossing seals to record books to notarial certificates. The state of South Carolina requires all notaries to posses a seal of office but are not required to affix it on documents if the notary’s official title is affixed instead. The seal must be either an embossing seal or an inked rubber stamp. NPA offers a wide variety of both options to South Carolina notaries and all of our notary stamps, seals and embossers come with a lifetime guarantee! We proudly stand behind our products.

One exciting privilege South Carolina notaries enjoy is having the authority to solemnize marriages! Less than a handful of states in the U.S. allow for notaries to perform marriage ceremonies. Notary Public of America offers a fantastic Marriage Kit for notaries looking to perform marriage ceremonies.

Notary Public of America does not offer application services to South Carolina notaries looking to apply or renew. Please visit the South Carolina Secretary of State’s website to access information regarding the process to become a notary or renew your commission. To help you get started we have included the state mandated requirements applicants must meet to be a notary public.

Qualifications for being a notary public in South Carolina:

A notary public must be registered to vote in South Carolina thirty days prior to an election. In order to become a registered voter, one must:

  • Be a United States citizen
  • Be 18 years old on or before the next election
  • Be a resident of South Carolina, declaring a county and precinct
  • Not be under a court order declaring mental incompetence
  • Not serving a term of imprisonment resulting from a conviction of a crime
  • Have never been convicted of a felony or offense against the election laws OR if previously convicted, have served an entire sentence including probation or parole, or have received a pardon for the conviction.


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