The use of rubber stamps by JPs can save considerable time when dealing with large numbers of clients or documents at a Service Desk and also prevent writers’ cramp.
- There are many versions of stamps that are used by Justices in the course of their duty. A recommended list of stamps can be viewed by clicking HERE
- Stamps are expensive and if they are still in mechanical working order you may like to consider ordering just a new rubber die. This will reduce the cost considerably.
- Is your stamp a little faint? – You have two options one is to purchase a small bottle of stamp ink and re-ink the pad yourself or you can purchase new ink pads for stamps by giving the stamp name and number to the company?
- If you are new to Justice of the Peace work, it is worthwhile to seek the opinion of your Support Group or Coordinator to guide you in your selection.
- Several local companies produce rubber stamps so be sure to do your homework before ordering.
- The following companies have been used in the past:
- Prestige Print – Wellington
- Self-Inking Stamps – Auckland
- Stamps Plus – Taupo
- Stamp City – Auckland
- Instructions for Replacing the Rubber die in your stamp
- Instructions for Replacing the ink pad in your stamp
- How to order a new Rubber die for your stamp