|is YOUR sole domain, and YOUR sole responsibility to comply with state requirements. No title company, lender or anyone else can dictate to you what it contains, or how it's worded.|
Think of it a a separate document within the document; the state/county venue determines what court jurisdiction the document would fall under if there is a problem with it. I know of no state that doesn't require the venue on every notary certificate. I add it even if it's preprinted at the top of the document, because it's MY certificate, and it needs the venue to be complete.