A corporate seal is a tool used to emboss or stamp the company’s signature on documents therefore showing the company’s approval and agreement to the contents. The corporate seal usually contains its name, date, and place of incorporation and is normally held by the company secretary.
In most states, a corporate seal is no longer required and does not have any significant legal meaning as the distinction between sealed and unsealed documents has been abolished.
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