What is the difference between a Company Stamp and a Company Seal?

Irish registered companies are required by law to have a Company Seal as stated in the Companies Act 2014. They are used to leave a company embossment on official documents such as deeds, statutory documents and share certificates. While a company stamp is not required, they are commonly preferred by businesses to quickly leave a […]

A Company Stamp can Simplify your Office Tasks

Rubber stamp for company tasks

McGrath Company seals self-inking stamps are an essential stationery tool to simplify office tasks in any business. A company stamp can be customised to include vital information necessary to authenticate documents quickly. The information included on a company stamp can be custom ordered to meet the needs of the specific tasks. Our quality rubber stamps […]

How to Dispose of a Corporate Seal: Free Destroying/Recycling Service

A variety of business professionals and legal entities are required to hold an embossment seal for use on legal documents and contracts. Irish registered companies, solicitors, notaries or a commissioner for oaths are all likely to use similar personalised seals. There are a wide variety of seal types depending on how they will be used […]

Do I need a Company Seal?

Under the Companies Act 2014, every Irish registered company is required to have a company seal, sometimes referred to as a common seal. It is used to engrave or emboss the company’s name on legal documents. Under Irish company law, there are certain rules that govern the use of company seal, this article will provide […]