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TOPIC: How do I take an acknowledgment?

How do I take an acknowledgment? 4 years 11 months ago #1111

Assuming the document is ready for notarization and the signer has been satisfactorily identified and is willing to sign the document, you take the signer’s acknowledgement by asking a simple question: “Do you acknowledge and declare this is your signature, you understand this document, and you willingly signed the document for the purposes stated herein?”
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How do I take an acknowledgment? NPU Admin 4 years 11 months ago