How does a notarized documents look like?

Does it have a seal, a mark, a dry seal, a signature or a stamp? thanks for those who would answer my question...

There are two different kinds of notarized documents. One is an affidavit, and the other is an acknowledgment.

The affidavit reads:

Sworn to and subscribed
before me
this ____ day of _______, 2007

__________________________ (Seal)
Notary Public

My commission expires: _________
I maintain my office: ____________

An acknowledgment is like this:

STATE OF _________
COUNTY OF __________

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this _____ day of _______________, 20____ by ______________________, who is/are personally known to me or satisfactorily proven to be the person who executed it for the purposes therein contained.

Notary Public
Print Name: ________________________
My Commission Expires:

Different states have different requirements with regard to notary seals and the information which must be included on a stamp showing the notary's location and commission expiry date.
It has the name of the notary the date an a state stamp an your signiture
Notarized documents look like they are notarized.
Usually the notary has a rubber stamp where there is a space for the date and signature. It should be at the bottom of the document.
Most notarized documents are marked with a dry seal then signed by the lawyer containing page no., document no.

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