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Missouri Notary Acknowledgement – Individual

To acknowledge (notarize) a document executed by a person acting in their own right, a Missouri individual notary acknowledgement certificate should be included at the end of said document. Once the individual has inscribed their signature on the document, they can present it to a notary public. Unless the notary can personally recognize the signatory, they will most likely ask for a piece of identification. Next, the signer must acknowledge that they inscribed their signature under free will. Once these notarial duties are complete, the notary will fill out the individual notary acknowledgement form.

Laws§ 442.210



State of Missouri
County and or City of ________________

On this ____ day of ________________ in the year _____ before me, ______________________ [Name of Notary], a Notary Public in and for said state, personally appeared ______________________ [Name of Individual], known to me to be the person who executed the within ______________________  [Type of Document], and acknowledged to me that he/she executed the same for the purposes therein stated.

[Notary Public]