Rubber Stamp

Rubber Stamp

The rubber stamp of the company is used to receive incoming mail, as well as to denote special handling for documents. In some countries, it is common practice for formal documents such as contracts to be rubber-stamped over the signature as additional evidence of authenticity.

Rubber Stamp
Rubber Stamp

The authorized use of a rubber stamp signature on a document conveys the same intent and legality as if the document had been signed by the specific individual in original ink.

Rubber stamp is usually made of rubber and the common seal is an advanced version, made of metal, which is affixed by embossing. Common Seal is used only if required. For instance, banks may require affixation of common seals on loan agreements. Common Seal is required to be affixed on share certificates, etc.

Are Signature Stamps Legal? The short answer is; yes, you can generally use signature stamps as a legal authorizing mark. So long as your stamp is intentionally used and validated by you or an authorized representative you appoint, a signature stamp can serve as a legal form of signing.

Vulcanized rubber was adaptable to thousands of uses, as Goodyear recognized when he patented his process in 1844. Marking devices similar to rubber stamps but made of other materials were available in the early 1800s. By 1860, mechanical hand stamps made of metal were in common use.

As per various commercial laws of India, the mail and notices addressed to the company or firm can be delivered to the company against the rubber stamp of the company and the signature of an authorized representative of the company only. So, you need to hand over the rubber stamp. Virtual Office representative is authorized by you in your Application Form to receive your mail and notices.


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