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Texas Notary Acknowledgment Form

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Updated on May 27th, 2023

A Texas notary acknowledgment is a certificate a notary public uses to verify the signature and identity of a document’s signatory. Before they complete the acknowledgment, the notary will need to have the signer state that they signed the document for the reason it was created. State law requires notaries to confirm a signer’s identity through their own knowledge of them (if they are acquainted), by examining their photo ID, or by obtaining the oath of a third party.

Notaries in the state are appointed to 4-year terms (§ 406.002).

Sample (Individual)

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State of Texas
County of [COUNTY NAME]

Before me, [NOTARY’S NAME], on this day personally appeared [SIGNER’S NAME], proved to me on the oath of [ATTESTANT’S NAME] to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed.

Given under my hand this [DATE].


Notary Public
My Commission Expires: [DATE]