Alaska Notary Acknowledgement Forms

The Alaska notary acknowledgement forms are used to verify (or “acknowledge”) the authenticity of a person’s signature. Verification of this nature is often required when signing a document of high importance such as a property deed, living will, or power of attorney form. The notary public is obligated to confirm the identity of the signing party and ensure they are aware of the contents of the document. An Alaska notary may acknowledge a signature which was not written in their presence so long as the individual confirms the contents of the document and attests to their signature. However, when using a jurat certificate, the item must be signed in the presence of the notary, and the signer must swear an oath to the truthfulness of the record.

Laws § 09.63.100§ 09.63.030§ 09.63.040

Verify a Notary Public – https://aws.state.ak.us/NotaryDirectory/Commissions/Search


Alaska Notary Acknowledgement – Corporation

The Alaska notary acknowledgement for a corporation is to be used by a corporate officer or agent when signing a legal document on behalf of the organization. The acknowledgement indicates that the individual’s signature was provided wilfully and with...
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Alaska Notarial Certificate – Jurat

The Alaska jurat is to be executed when signing an affidavit. The jurat indicates that the signer has appeared before a notarial officer and sworn an oath attesting to the truthfulness of the signed document. Unlike a standard...
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