The Oklahoma notarial certificate for verification upon oath or affirmation, also known as a “jurat,” is attached to a sworn statement and completed by a notary public. The individual who is making the sworn statement must take an oath or affirmation as to its truthfulness and sign a written copy in the presence of a notary public. Once this has been completed, the notary may fill out the notarial certificate, providing their signature and affixing their official seal or stamp.
Laws – §49-119.3
OKLAHOMA NOTARIAL CERTIFICATE
(VERIFICATION UPON OATH OR AFFIRMATION)
State of Oklahoma }
County of ______________ }
Signed and sworn to (or affirmed) before me on __________________________ [Date] by _____________________________________ [Name(s) of Person(s) Making Statement].
(Seal, if any)
Signature of Notarial Officer
Printed or typed name of Notarial Officer
Title (and Rank)
My Commission Expires: __________________