Delaware Laws - Title 29 State Government
Sec. 2309. Certification of records.

Sec. 2309. Certification of records. (9304)(1-click HTML)

Except when the Great Seal of the State is required to be affixed to a certification of a record, the certification of all records, licenses, registrations, papers or other documents required to be certified by the Secretary of State shall be made under the signature and seal of office of the Secretary of State. The signature may be a printed facsimile, except when the signature of the Secretary is requested or required by law, or when the Great Seal of the State is affixed thereto, or when the document is to be authenticated, in which case the signature may be a printed facsimile when attested by the Assistant to the Secretary of State. (9305)

(Code 1935, Sec. 384A; 47 Del. Laws, c. 180, Sec. 1; 29 Del. C. 1953, Sec. 2310; 62 Del. Laws, c. 47, Sec. 1.) (9306)


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