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The very act of acknowledgement has been defined as the recognition of the importance or quality of something. When you identify and recognize the importance or quality of someones efforts, that person subsequently feels seen, heard and understood.
A Texas notary acknowledgment form is a letter signed by a notary public that validates a clients signature as being authentic. Contained within the acknowledgment form are details related to the location and date of an acknowledgment as well as the name of the individual whose signature is being authenticated.
An oath is a declaration made to God or a Supreme Being. In contrast, an affirmation is a solemn vow by the signer that has no pledge to a higher power but to the signers personal honor. Since both have the same legal effect, it is up to the signer to choose to make an oath or affirmation.
A Texas notary acknowledgment form is a letter signed by a notary public that validates a clients signature as being authentic.
Given under my hand and seal of office this day of , (year). This instrument was acknowledged before me on (date) by (name or names of person or persons acknowledging). This instrument was acknowledged before me on (date) by (name of attorney-in- fact) as attorney-in-fact on behalf of (name of principal).
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A notary acknowledgement ensures that the signer of the document is indeed the person named in the document. The function of the notary in this case is to verify the identity of the signer. On the other hand, a notary is asked to perform a Jurat, when the signer takes an oath or makes an affirmation.
Oaths and affirmations are both pledges sworn to before a notary public attesting to the truth of a given statement. An oath calls upon a supreme being as a witness, while an affirmation is made under penalty of perjury.
OATH OR AFFIRMATION I, (affiant), do solemnly swear (or affirm), that I will faithfully execute the duties of the office of of the State of Texas, and will to the best of my ability preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States and of this State, so help me God.

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