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Notary Resources for 2024

These templates and/or documents are based on standard practices and may need to be adjusted to comply with specific legal requirements or changes in law.

Notarial Certificates

  • For the Acknowledgment: The signer is not required to sign in the presence of the notary, but must acknowledge that the signature on the document is theirs and that they understand and are willing to sign the document.
  • For the Jurat: The signer must sign the document in the presence of the notary. The notary must also administer an oath or affirmation, and the signer must swear or affirm that the statements in the document are true.
  • Use of Seal: Florida law requires the use of a seal by the notary. Ensure the seal is clear and legible.
  • Identification of the Signer: The notary must either have personal knowledge of the signer or obtain satisfactory evidence of the signer’s identity.


Use of Notarial Certificates:

The use of the provided notarial certificates is entirely at the user’s own risk. These certificates are templates and may not be fully comprehensive or up-to-date with the latest legal requirements. Users are strongly advised to review the relevant Florida Statutes for specific legal obligations and instructions. 

The pertinent statutes included:

  • Florida Statute 117.05.12 (Requirements for certain notarial acts)
  • Florida Statute 117.05.13 (Notarial acts in marriage ceremonies)
  • Florida Statute 117.05.14 (General provisions for notarial acts)
  • Note: Credible Identifying Witness Affidavit 

Responsibility of Users:

It is the responsibility of users to ensure that they comply with the current laws and regulations governing notarial acts in the State of Florida. This includes understanding the proper use of notarial certificates and the requirements for credible identifying witnesses.

No Legal Advice Provided:

The provided certificates and this disclaimer do not constitute legal advice. Users should consult with a qualified attorney or legal expert for guidance on notarial acts and the use of these certificates in specific circumstances.

Updates to Laws and Regulations:

Laws and regulations governing notarial acts are subject to change. Users must stay informed about any updates or modifications to the Florida Statutes and adjust their practices accordingly.

This disclaimer is intended to remind users of their responsibility to adhere to legal standards and to seek appropriate legal counsel where necessary. It’s important to regularly consult the current Florida Statutes for the most accurate and up-to-date information.

Documents Links
Florida Notarial Certificates
Link (forced copy for you to save and edit in your own Google drive)

The remaining documents are templates that can be used during your notarial transactions. They are forms we at Ladybug Mobile Services have used routinely.

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Governor’s Reference Manual for Notaries Public
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