A "Jurat" is the second most common notarial act on which a signer is swearing (in person) to the truthfulness of a statement or document. The Jurat is identified by the wording "subscribed and sworn to (or affirmed)". The signer subsequently takes an oath or affirmation.
In the Jurat, the Notary Public certifies:
Three requirements for the execution of a Jurat are:
1. The signer must personally appear before the Notary Public.
2. The signer must provide valid ID to be positively identified using satisfactory evidence.
3. The signer must swear or affirm to the truthfulness of the document or statement.
DASH MOBILE NOTARY (San Mateo County, CA)
* A Notary Public is not allowed to give legal advice