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Re: "to me known to be"
Posted by Ronnie_WA of WA on 4/20/19 10:25am Msg #605604
I am in WA.

I can leave the certificate unchanged if I could identify the signatory, from the witness stand, based on personal knowledge of them. If I cannot do that, I must change the "known" to "proven" or "satisfactorily proven" - either is acceptable. When they simplified our certificates to be compatible with many other States, they did not change the requirement for personal knowledge of the signatory when using the word "known".
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 "to me known to be" - lynnyw on 4/20/19 12:46am
 Re: "to me known to be" - Lee/AR on 4/20/19 6:01am
 Re: "to me known to be" - Linda_H/FL on 4/20/19 6:18am
 Re: "to me known to be" -  VT_Syrup on 4/20/19 9:28am
 Re: "to me known to be" - Ronnie_WA on 4/20/19 10:25am
 Re: "to me known to be" - Luckydog on 4/20/19 11:07am
 Re: "to me known to be" - MikeC/TX on 4/20/19 6:15pm
 Not sure if I'm comparing apples to oranges ... - BearPaw/CO on 4/21/19 11:23am
 Good topic! "Proven" it is! n/m -  Ernest__CT on 4/22/19 10:20pm



 
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