Administering an Oath for your Loan Signing - by the Notary Public

In California, the two most common notarial certificates are the All Purpose Acknowledgment and the Jurat. With the Jurat, the Secretary of State requires the notary public to administer an oath or affirmation from the signer.

Many of my customers were surprised when I administered their oaths when completing a Jurat for the notarial act. Per California Secretary of State, a notary public must administer an oath or affirmation when completing a Jurat (Government Code section 8202).

A notarized document is a legal document, and I take pride in what I do - correctly and in compliance with the law. I am experienced with a variety of real estate closings, including purchase/buyer, seller, refinance, HELOC, reverse mortgage, commercial and automobile loans. I have helped many families in notarizing Living Trusts, Power of Attorneys, Advanced Healthcare Directives, Parental consents for minor to travel, etc. I am a trusted notary by many of my clients.

Peninsula Mobile Notary services the Santa Clara county and San Mateo county. Call or text Susan at 650-397-1587. Same Day appointment available.

When the Signer does not have valid Identification