The act of attending the execution of a document and bearing witness to its authenticity, by signing one's name to it to affirm that it is genuine. The certification by a custodian of records that a copy of an original document is a true copy that is demonstrated by his or her signature on a certificate.
An attestation is a declaration by witness that an instrument has been executed in his or her presence according to the formalities required by law. It is not the same as an Acknowledgement, a statement by the maker of a document that verifies its authenticity.
An attestation clause is frequently found in legal documents that must be witnessed if they are to be valid, for example, a will or a deed. It states that the instrument has been completed in the manner required by law; * Notaries in some states are allowed to make an attested copy of an original document if it is not a vital record or recordable document; in the presence of the witness who places his or her signature in the designated space.
This stamp is made of high-quality materials that adds convenience to documents that do not contain notarial wordings or certificates. Stamp measures 3-1/8'' x 2-1/4'' and fully complies with state statutes.
Important Note: Please refer to (your states) notary public laws, duties and responsibilities before you perform this type of notarization, as some states may vary. Click the blue "buy it now" icon below to view the stamp image.
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