Notorial acts.February 15, 2013
Bonavera Acupuncture, P.C. v GEICO Indem. Co, 2013 NY Slip Op 50200(U)(App. Term 2d Dept. 2013)
“The affidavit recited that the affiant was “duly [*2]sworn . . . under an awareness of the penalties of perjury” and stated that the affidavit was “sworn to before” the notary, who signed and stamped the document.. The law does not require that a document drafted on one date be signed and notarized on that date. Accordingly, on the record presented, we find that the affidavit was in admissible form and should have been considered by the Civil Court”
The world of notarial acts. It was sworn to and executed on a day different than when it was drafted. This is sufficient under the law.