Does an Affidavit Need to Be Notarized and Witnessed?

04/26/2011 - Affidavits - State: CA #24727

Full Question:

Does an Affidavit document regarding civil code 3198 need to be witnessed or notorised?

Answer:

An affidavit must be notarized, but need not be witnessed under this statute. A jurat is the bottom part of an affidavit where the officer certifies that the document was "sworn" before him. Jurat notarizations are required for transactions where the signer must attest to the content of the document, such as all affidavits. Please see the following CA statute below: 3198. The original contractor shall serve upon the public entity an affidavit and a copy thereof alleging the legal grounds upon which he bases his claim and the facts in support thereof, and demanding the release of all or such portion of such money or bonds as is alleged to be withheld improperly or in an excessive amount. Such affidavit shall also state the address of the original contractor within this state for the purpose of permitting service by mail upon him of any notice or legal document.

Please see the information at the following links: http://definitions.uslegal.com/a/affidavits/ Please see the forms at the following links: http://www.uslegalforms.com/ca/CA-P010-PKG.htm http://www.uslegalforms.com/contractors/

04/26/2011 - Category: Affidavits - State: CA #24727

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