The Louisiana notary acknowledgement for a corporation without a seal is a notarial certificate almost identical to the Louisiana Corporation (Seal) Notary Acknowledgement Form but with a slight change in language. Louisiana statutes mention that if a corporation does not have an official seal, the acknowledgement form should convey that information clearly. The process remains the same; a notary public shall be presented with the document requiring notarization, the signing party (president or representative) shows proof of identification, and the signer acknowledges they signed the document under free will.
Laws – § 35:511
LOUISIANA NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
(CORPORATION – WITHOUT SEAL)
State of Louisiana
Parish of ________________
On this ____ day of _____________, 20___, before me personally appeared ________________________ [name of president, officer, or agent of corporation], to me personally known, who, being by me duly sworn (or affirmed) did say that he is the president (or other officer or agent of the corporation or association), of ________________________ [Corporation or Association], and that the instrument was signed and sealed in behalf of the corporation (or association) by authority of its Board of Directors (or trustees) and that ________________________ [name of president/officer/agent] acknowledged the instrument to be the free act and deed of the corporation (or association) and that the corporation (or association) has no corporate seal.
[Signature of notarial officer]
[Title (and Rank)]
Notary ID Number: ________, or
Attorney Bar Roll Number: ________