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Michigan Notary Acknowledgement – Personal Representative

The Michigan representative notary acknowledgement form is used in cases where a legal instrument has been signed not by the principal but by their personal representative. Anytime a document signed by such a party requires a notary acknowledgement, this certificate must be included in or attached to said document. Once the document has been signed by the representative, they must personally appear before a notary public and identify themselves. The notary public will ask that they acknowledge the signature inscribed therein. The document is officially notarized once the notary completes the acknowledgement form.

Laws§ 565.267



State of Michigan
County of ________________

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me on this ___________________ [date] by ______________________ [name of personal representative], personal representative of the estate of ______________________ [name of principal].

Notary Public Signature: ______________________
Notary Printed Name: ________________________
Acting in the County of: _______________________
My Commission Expires: ______________________