The Alaska notarial certificate of verification is a record indicating that an individual has sworn an oath/affirmation before a notarial officer attesting to the truthfulness of a document. Any person attempting to verify a document must supply a notary public with both the verification form and the item requiring notarization. The notary must then confirm the individual’s identity before administering the oath/affirmation.
Laws – § 09.63.040
ALASKA NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
State of Alaska
______________ Judicial District (or County of ______________)
(or Municipality of ______________)
I ________________ say on oath or affirm that I have read the foregoing (or attached) document and believe all statements made in the document are true.
Subscribed and sworn to or affirmed before me at ______________ on ______________ (date).
Signature of Officer
Title of Officer
Serial Number, if any
My Commission Expires: ______________