The North Carolina notary acknowledgement for a corporation is used to notarize a document which has been signed by an authorized corporate officer on behalf of a corporation. This type of notary certification is most often required for property transfers, but may also be used for business agreements and the like. The corporate officer who signed the document will need to bring the document and acknowledgement form to a notary public. Once the notary has confirmed the individual’s identity and viewed the document, they can fill out the acknowledgement form and affix their seal.
Laws – § 47-41.01(c)
NORTH CAROLINA NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
State of North Carolina }
County of ______________ }
I, _______________________ [Name of Officer Taking Acknowledgment], a _______________ [Official Title of Officer Taking Acknowledgment], certify that ______________ [Name of Corporate Officer] personally came before me this day and acknowledged that he/she is _______________ [Title of Corporate Officer] of _________________, a corporation, and that he/she, as ______________ [Title of Officer], being authorized to do so, executed the foregoing on behalf of the corporation.
Witness my hand and official seal this ______day of ______, 20___.
Official Signature of Notary
Notary’s Printed or Typed Name
My Commission Expires: ________________