By Judge Anna von Reitz
1179. Public Notary or Notary Public? http://annavonreitz.com/notary.pdf
The people now serving as Notaries are all commissioned by “State of State” franchises and so, they normally function as Notary Publics in the international jurisdiction of the sea.
The jurisdiction invoked is indicated by the “Notary Block” the separate portion of the document reserved for them. If it is Territorial United States jurisdiction being invoked, the Notary Block will show that the paperwork is taking place — for example, in the “State of Vermont” and “County of Claybourne”. If it is Municipal United States jurisdiction, the Notary Block will show: “STATE OF VERMONT” and “COUNTY OF CLAYBOURNE”. But if you want to invoke the land jurisdiction owed to your country, the Notary Block will show: “Vermont State” and “Claybourne County”. And, ideally, the Notary will be identified as a “Public Notary”
How to Autograph
For the One Pager, the only inputs required are the name of the State where they were born, and the name of the County and State where they currently live, plus the day, month, year, and their hand-printed signature, plus the participation of the Recording Secretary of the State Assembly (someone elected to fill that office) as Notarial Witness. You can print Blue ink. For all other documents, you should autograph your name in blue ink. Be sure to include your copyright symbol after your name. Don’t forget your red thumbprint seal. When editing the templates, be sure to remove the word Seal from the document.
The autograph should be:
by: First Middle Last© (red thumbprint should touch your autograph)
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