A Maine notary acknowledgment form officially states that a notary public acknowledged the signing of a document. The form includes the notarization date, location, the signer, and the notary’s information. Notary acknowledgments are used to verify the signing party’s identity and to confirm that they are signing for the purposes stated in the document.
A notary public’s commission is valid for seven years (§ 1922(4)).
Is Online Notarization Legal in Maine?
Yes, remote notarizations were temporarily authorized under LD1399 on June 23, 2021. However, the recently introduced act, LD2023, will permanently allow for remote notarizations in Maine starting July 1, 2023.
Statute: § 961
MAINE NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT
STATE OF MAINE
COUNTY OF [COUNTY], ss. [MONTH AND DAY], 20[YEAR]
Then personally appeared the above-named [SIGNATORY NAME] and acknowledged the foregoing instrument to be his/her free act and deed.
Notary Public/Maine Attorney at Law
My commission expires [MM/DD/YYYY]