The Connecticut notary acknowledgement for an attorney in fact is a notarial tool used to confirm the signature given by an individual (the “attorney in fact”) who is signing on behalf of another person (the “principal”). It indicates that the attorney in fact gave their signature for the purposes mentioned in the signed document, that the attorney in fact has the authorization to sign for the principal, and that the signature was given freely. The attorney in fact must present both the item being notarized and the acknowledgement certificate to a notarial official appointed by the State. The official must then establish the signer’s identity before the acknowledgement certificate can be completed.
CONNECTICUT NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
(ATTORNEY IN FACT)
State of Connecticut
County of _________________ ss. _________________ (Town/City)
On this the ____ day of _________________, 20____, before me, _________________ (name of notary), the undersigned officer, personally appeared _________________ (name of signer), known to me (or satisfactorily proven) to be the person whose name is subscribed as attorney in fact for _________________ (name of principal), and acknowledged that he executed the same as the act of his principal for the purposes therein contained.
In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand.
Signature of Notary Public
Title of Officer
Date Commission Expires: _________________