North Dakota individual notary acknowledgements are the most commonly used notarial certificates and are used to validate the signature who has signed a legal instrument on their own behalf. This type of certification is required for certain property transfers, including deeds, wills, and living trusts. The signer will need to attach the acknowledgement form to their signed document and bring it to a registered notary public. Once the notary has viewed the document and verified the identity and signature of the individual, they will fill out the certificate and affix their official seal.
Laws – § 47-19.27
NORTH DAKOTA NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
State of North Dakota }
County of ______________ }
On this ____ day of _______________, in the year ______ before me personally appeared _________________________________________________ [Name of Individual] known to me (or proved to me on the oath of _____________________________) to be the person who is described in and who executed the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that that he/she/they executed the same.
Signature of Notarial Officer
Printed or typed name of Notarial Officer
Title of Office
My commission expires: __________________