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Your question seems to be asking about the question above. This calls for you to print the date of the Will and to print the names of the witnesses to the Will as you discern from looking at the Will document itself (there are usually two witnesses, the notary is not a witness in most cases). These are not signature lines in this portion of the form. I have ...


The "SS" is a standard part of a the notarization language on a document which is known as the "jurat" of a document. The “SS” stands for the Latin term “scilicet” which means "in particular" or "namely" and simply indicates that the place where the document was signed is described in the preceding bracketed portion of ...


"Utilization of" and "exploitation of" mean the same thing in this context.

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