West Virginia Notarial Certificate – Oath or Affirmation

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A West Virginia Verification upon Oath or Affirmation is used to notarize a legal document, most often an affidavit. As opposed to an acknowledgement in which the notarization is made after the recognition of an already-made signature, a verification upon oath or affirmation is used to notarize a signature made in the notary’s presence for the purposes of authenticating a statement made by the signatory. An oath (swearing while invoking a divine being) or an affirmation (swearing on one’s own honor) must be administered by a certified notarial officer.

Laws – §39-4-1

WEST VIRGINIA NOTARIAL CERTIFICATE
(VERIFICATION ON OATH OR AFFIRMATION)

State of West Virginia
County of ___________

Signed and sworn to (or affirmed) before me on _____________ [Date] by _____________ [Name(s) of Individual(s) Making Statement].

____________________
Signature of Notarial Officer

(Stamp)

____________________
Title of Office
My commission expires:__________