There are two types of judicial notarizations: a notary acknowledgement and a jurat.
So what is a notary acknowledgement, and how does it differ from a jurat?
The purpose of an acknowledgement is for an affiant, whose identity has been verified, to declare to a notary public that he or she has willingly signed an affidavit.
An acknowledgment requires the following steps:
Unlike jurats, an acknowledgment does not need to be signed in the presence of a notary. However, the affiant does need to swear or affirm that they signed under their own free will.
It is highly recommended that any document that requires a notary seal be signed in front of the notary public to avoid any unnecessary mistakes or delays.
Despite their importance, getting documents notarized is incredibly frustrating. For over 100 years, customers needed to find, schedule, and visit a notary public in-person to have their signature verified.
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