Oaths or affirmations and jurist (ch5)

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1. The signer must personally appear before the Notary.
2. The signer must be positively identifed using satisfactory evidence.
3. The signer must sign the document in the Notary's presence.
4. The Notary must administer an oath or affirmation to the signer, who declares that the contents of the document are true.
1) The signer personally appears before the Notary.

2) The Notary scans the document for completeness.

3) The Notary positively identifies the signer using satisfactory evidence.
The signer signs the document in the Notary's presence.
The Notary administers an oath or affirmation to the signer.

4) The Notary records a journal entry for the transaction.

5) The Notary completes certificate wording for a jurat and affixes the official signature and seal.
minimum fee for all services with the taking of any deposition is ___$30 - $7 for administering an oath to the witness - $7 for the certificate for a dispositionWhat is the maximum fee a Notary may charge by law for administering an oath for a deposition? a. $7 b. $15 c. $30 d. $0A. $7A signer comes to you and asks you to notarize his signature on a statement and give him an oath. What type of notarization is this?juratCan a California Notary complete a Florida jurat certifcate that will be fled out of state?noA signer brings a document that includes a 2x2 inch photo of himself and his date of birth. Can you use his U.S. passport to verify his age?noCan you use two credible identifying witnesses to identify a signer for a jurat?yes- satisfactory evidence