Signifying documents as authentic
A company seal is used by C corporations, S corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), limited partnerships (LPs), limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and nonprofit corporations to stamp/emboss documents to demonstrate their authenticity as official company documents.
Features & benefits
Our hand-held seal is made of metal and will emboss your company name, state of formation and year of formation.
When to use a compliance seal?
Many companies prefer to stamp items such as company contracts, minutes from annual meetings of directors and shareholders (corporations), members/managers (LLCs) or partners (LPs/LLPs), ownership certificates, and company resolutions with the company seal.
A company seal is included in our Compliance Kit & Seal but also can be purchased as a stand-alone, for example if the original company seal has been either lost or misplaced.
For what business types does BizFilings have Compliance Seals?BizFilings sells compliance seals for corporations (including nonprofit corporations), limited liability companies (LLCs), limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and limited partnerships (LPs).
Do I have to purchase a Compliance Seal by itself?No, our Compliance Kit & Seal for corporations, LLCs, LLPs and LPs includes a Compliance Seal. We offer stand-alone ordering of the Compliance Seal in case you misplace your seal, need a replacement or never purchased one at the time you incorporated.
Why would I need a Compliance Seal?A Compliance Seal is often used to stamp or imprint documents to signify them as official company documents. A Compliance Seal is often used when distributing stock, authenticating internal documents or conducting other company business, and may be required when opening a bank account for your company.
How is the Compliance Seal used?The Compliance Seal is a hand-held embossing tool that you can use to mark your important business documents with your company name, state and year of incorporation.