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Hawaii Notarial Certificate – Jurat

The Hawaii jurat is a notarial instrument that proves that an individual attested to the truthfulness of statements recorded in an affidavit. A jurat supports the veracity of the statements and can be used in part with the affidavit as evidence during legal proceedings. To execute the notarial act, the person who made the statements must personally appear before a notary public and swear to (or affirm) the accuracy of their statements. The notary will then ask the individual to sign the affidavit in their presence. Once signed, the notary may complete the jurat certificate to notarize the affidavit.

Note: The signing party must either be personally known to the notary or be able to provide them with satisfactory identification.

Laws – § 502-41



State of Hawaii
County of ___________________ SS.


Subscribed and sworn (or affirmed) before me this _____ day of ___________________, 20_____.


Description of Document: _________________________________
Date of Document: ________
No. of Pages: _________


_________________________________                                          (Seal)
Signature of Notary Public

Printed Name of Notary Public

Commission Expiration Date: _________