Kansas Notary Acknowledgement Forms

Kansas notary acknowledgement forms are documents providing written proof that a document was notarized. Specifically, an acknowledgement is a formal declaration made by each individual who has signed a particular document (contract, deed, agreement, etc.) certifying the authenticity of their signatures. Documents in need of an acknowledgement can be signed prior to presenting them to a notary. In other cases, the signatories are required to sign in the presence of a notary public and swear an oath to the truthfulness of the contents of the document in question. In almost every situation, the notary public will ask proof of identity from each signer and, if the document has already been signed, have each signer acknowledge that they have inscribed their signature under their own free will. The notarial act is complete once the notary signs and stamps the form.

Laws§ 53-509

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