Company Seal Law and Legal Definition

A company seal is an embossing press used to indicate the official signature of a company when accompanied by the signatures of two officers of the company. This is the official seal used by a company. After 1989 it is possible for a company to indicate its agreement without use of the seal. The two signatures of the directors or company secretary plus a formal declaration shall be enough. However, some companies still prefer to use a seal and the company’s articles may override the law and require the usage of a seal.