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Indiana Notarial Certificate – Jurat

The Indiana jurat is a certificate attached to or included in an affidavit (a document containing official statements) which confirms the accuracy of the affidavit. A notary public may only execute the certificate if the person making the statements appears before them and signs the affidavit in their presence. The individual will be required to identify themselves in order to ensure that they are the person whose statements are recorded in the document. Once identified, the individual will swear an oath to (or affirm) the truthfulness of the statements. To complete the process, the notary will fill out the jurat certificate and return the affidavit to the individual.

Laws – § 33-42



State of Indiana
County of _________________


Signed and sworn to (or affirmed) before me on this ____ day of _________________, 20____, by ______________________________________ (Name of Individual Making Statement).


______________________________________                                            (Seal, if any)
Signature of Notary Public

Title and Rank

My Commission Expires: __________________