The History of This Website
This site was in the past owned by the Kentucky Secretary of State and the time of its creation, Trey Grayson was the one in office. Today the Secretary of State of Kentucky is Alison Lundergan Grimes and the main website used for the office is Kentucky.gov. Therefore more information about Kentucky State can be found there.
This used to be the state’s seal back in 2005 but has undergone some minor changes since then.
Section 91 of the Kentucky Constitution requires the Secretary of State to attest all official acts of the Governor. This is accomplished by impressing the official documents with the seal of the Commonwealth. The Secretary of State is charged with keeping this seal pursuant to KRS 14.030. Presently, the Secretary of State maintains and uses a cast-iron seal machine.
Because the purpose of the seal is to attest official acts only, it may not be used for commercial purposes.
The address of their offices is:
Office of the Kentucky Secretary of State
700 Capital Ave., Ste. 152, Frankfort, KY 40601
I have recovered some content which was on the site in the past for reference purposes. More information can be accessed on the topics below which I managed to recover.
- Partnerships in Kentucky
- LLC – limited liability corporations
- Corporations – process to incorporate
- Choosing a business type
- Becoming a Notary Public
- FAQs for Notaries Public
- Instructions to apply for Notary Public
- More instructions for Notaries
- Bonds, Oaths and Penalties
- History of Kentuky Tax Lists
- Saddlebag Notes
- History of Acquiring land
- History of the Land office
- Cities and Counties