Do all sworn documents need to be notarized?
A sworn statement is a document that contains facts that are relevant to a legal proceeding. Sworn statements are similar to affidavits, however, unlike affidavits, they are not required to be signed, witnessed, or sealed by a notary public. Instead, the person making the statement signs a paragraph at the end of the document acknowledging that the facts within the statement are true to his knowledge, and being made under penalty of perjury.
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