jurat


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ju·rat

 (jo͝or′ăt′)
n.
A clause attached to an affidavit, in which a notary or legally authorized officer attests to the fact that the affidavit was made under oath.

[Middle English, informant under oath, member of a ruling body of a city, from Anglo-Norman, member of a ruling body of a city, from Medieval Latin iūrātus, juror, from past participle of Latin iūrāre, to swear; see jury1.]

jurat

(ˈdʒʊəræt)
n
1. (Law) law a statement at the foot of an affidavit, naming the parties, stating when, where, and before whom it was sworn, etc
2. (Law) (in England) a municipal officer of the Cinque Ports, having a similar position to that of an alderman
3. (Law) (in France and the Channel Islands) a magistrate
[C16: from Medieval Latin jūrātus one who has been sworn, from Latin jūrāre to swear]

ju•rat

(ˈdʒʊər æt)

n.
1. a certificate on an affidavit showing by whom, when, and before whom it was sworn to.
2. a sworn officer; a magistrate.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Medieval Latin jūrātus sworn man]
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The court further observed that even if a an attachment to the defendants' motions was intended to meet the requirements of the rules, the attachment was unsigned, contained no jurat, thus, falling far short of even remotely meeting the requirements of an affidavit.
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A taxpayer, when signing the jurat on the tax return, swears under penalties of perjury that the tax return is true, accurate, and complete.
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This bill provides that a notarial act is evidenced by the affixing of a notary seal to a document accompanied by a written certificate or jurat.