The Kentucky attorney notary acknowledgement form serves the purpose of notarizing a document that has been executed by an attorney in fact on behalf of their principal. An attorney in fact makes business decisions relating to the principals’ assets, deeds, trusts, and estate and will therefore be signing agreements on their behalf on a regular basis, documents which typically require notarization. The document must be presented to a notary public, who will confirm the attorney’s identity and have them acknowledge that they are the signatory and have signed on their own free will.
Laws – § 423.160
KENTUCKY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
(ATTORNEY IN FACT)
State of Kentucky
County of ________________
The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me on this ____ day of _____________ [month], _______ [year], by ________________________ [name of attorney in fact], as attorney in fact on behalf of ________________________ [name of principal].
[Signature of person taking acknowledgement]
[Title or rank]
[Serial number, if any]