Montana Notary Acknowledgement Forms
Montana notary acknowledgement forms are used to certify acts performed by notaries public, specifically acknowledgements and verification oaths/affirmations. Once an individual has executed a legal instrument (deed, trust agreement, etc.), it is recommended to get the document notarized, which aids in deterring fraud. All parties involved in the signing of the document must personally appear before a notary public and produce identification. If the instrument has an acknowledgement form attached, the instrument can be signed before presenting it to the notary. Documents that require a verification of oath/affirmation (jurat) must be signed in the notary’s presence. The document is notarized once the notary completes their duties and signs and stamps the attached certificate.
Laws – § 1-5-610
Verify a Notary – www.notarysearch.mt.gov