|garland/CA's post confuses me.|
"Georgia uses a California Jurat on their Deeds." First of all, the State of Georgia only creates a tiny fraction of all the deeds affecting Georgia properties. Once in a while Georgia will sell a piece of property; maybe there's a prison they don't need anymore. But mostly, deeds for Georgia property are drafted by Georgia attorneys on behalf of private individuals and companies. So what makes you believe Georgia attorneys are drafting deeds for Georgia properties with CA jurats?
"We cannot use a CA Acknowledgment. " Who is we? Do you mean CA notaries can't use a CA Acknowledgement in place of the CA jurat that is preprinted on the deed?
"Seems strange to me but that is all they will take." Who are "they"? A Georgia attorney you have on the phone? Is there a county land records office that refuses to record the deed that was notarized in CA if it has a CA Acknowledgement, and instead they insist on a CA jurat?