CALIFORNIA NOTARY JURAT PDF

Two of the most common notarial acts our notaries are asked at the We the People Woodland Hills office are Acknowledgments and Jurat. A notary acknowledgement ensures that the signer of the document is indeed the person named in the document. The function of the notary in this case is to verify the identity of the signer. On the other hand, a notary is asked to perform a Jurat, when the signer takes an oath or makes an affirmation. The function of the notary in this case is to administer of oath or affirmation.

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Although many businesses have updated their forms to reflect the new Notary language required for Certificates of Acknowledgment and Jurats, we still see many obsolete forms floating around. Documents with outdated Notary Acknowledgments or Jurats are being rejected by County Recorder offices throughout the State of California. Links to updated PDF forms can be found below:. Christopher E. Ng, Esq. Do not act on the information contained herein without seeking the advice of licensed counsel.

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California Notary Jurat

There are two primary types of notarization, one is called an Acknowledgment, and the other is called a Jurat. How do these two types differ? Why do I, the customer, have to choose? Cant you just stamp and sign on the page I have? A Notary Public cannot tell the client what type of notarization they need unless it clearly states from the contents of the document, or is indicated from the notary certificate present on the document. If it is not stated, a Notary may explain the different between the two, and it is up to the client to decide which one they need or want to have completed. In order for notarization to occur, the type of notarization must be selected.

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The State of California requires specific wording for us to be able to notarize your document. Most of the time, when you are required to get a document notarized, the person who created the document will have included the notary wording needed for your specific situation, which makes executing the document a piece of cake! We have the correct certificates to use, which we will attach to your document. You will be taking an oath as part of this type of notary act. In this oath, you are swearing that everything in the document is true and correct to the best of your knowledge. This oath is subject to penalties of perjury, if it the statements made are subsequently found to be untruthful.

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