The New Jersey individual notary acknowledgement form is a document used by a notary public to provide the notarization required for certain legal instruments that an individual is signing on their own behalf. Examples include a deed, property transfer, and a power of attorney form. The signer does not need to sign the document in front of the notary, they only need to bring it to the notary and confirm their identity. The notary can confirm the signer’s identity either by examining their photo ID or through personal knowledge of the signer (for example if the notary is the signer’s personal accountant).
Laws – §46:14-2.1(a)
NEW JERSEY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
State of New Jersey )
County of ______________, )
On _________, 20_____ before me, ________________________ , Notary Public in and for said county, personally appeared ___________________________, [signer/witness] who has/have satisfactorily identified him/her/themselves as the signer(s) or witness(es) to the above referenced document.
(Affix Notary Stamp Here)
Notary Public Signature
My Commission Expires:______________