California jurat with affiant statement
There are two options
Option one: to be inserted into a document that needs to be notarized. First save the following jurat, next open your word document put the cursor where you would like the jurat to go then insert > image.
Option 2: California Jurat to be attached to a document
For Notary instructions
Check the first box if this Jurat
certificate is going to be attached to
another document. If so, then cross
out lines 1–6 on the certificate. Check the
second box if the affiant is going to
use this form to make a statement.
AFFIANT STATEMENT. These lines
are provided for the affiant to complete
his or her own statement, and should
not be completed by the Notary. If
affiant is not using this certificate to
make a statement, lines 1–6 should be
crossed out by the Notary.
SIGNATURE(S) OF AFFIANT(S).
This is signed by the person(s) who
completed the statement in lines 1–5.
If an attached document is signed
instead, these spaces should be lined
through by the Notary.
NAME OF COUNTY where Notary
DATE OF NOTARIZATION.
Actual day, month and year in which
the document signer appears before
Notary to sign this certificate or an
attached document and take an oath or affirmation.
NAME(S) OF AFFIANT SIGNER(S) name(s) signed before the Notary.
Initials and spelling of the name(s) should agree with the document, ID card, and
journal signatures. If only one signer is appearing before the Notary, cross
out any remaining space.
SIGNATURE OF NOTARY, exactly as name appears on
commissioning papers and in the seal.
NOTARY SEAL IMPRINT, clearly
and legibly affixed.
If no other format is prescribed, this form may be used when an
the individual is signing and swearing (or affirming) that certain written
statements are true.
The text space provided (lines 1–5) are available for a document signer
to type or neatly print (in ink) a written statement. This portion of the
certificate should not be completed by the Notary. A person completing
any of lines 1–5 must sign this form on line 6 in the presence of the
Notary, who would also administer an oath or affirmation.
If this form is to be attached to another document, then the Notary
should cross out lines 1–6. The signer would affix a signature on the
attached document, not on this certificate, in the Notary’s presence.