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 Need some advice
Posted by Susan in CA on 5/13/05 5:20pm

I am second guessing myself on a Owners Affidavit and Indemnification Agreement. The first page start out like this:
The undersigned duly sworn on oath deposes and says: blah blah I would assume I would have to add a jurat to it since it saying "sworn on oath"

On the notarized page it states: On the______ ____________day of _________, in the year 20__, before me personally came______________________________ to me known to be the individual described in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledgement that ________ ________ executed the same. Now its an acknowledgement?

I should know this... I have to do this signing in 2 hours.. I have done a search but I am still unsure which way to go.
(Either way it is not the correct wording for CA)

Thanks for any help..

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