Monday, February 27, 2012

The Deposition

As a notary you may be called upon to notarize a deposition. What is a deposition you might ask yourself?

A deposition is simply the written testimony of a witness taking out of court or other hearing proceeding. The parties to the deposition are under oath or affirmation and appear before a notary public or other legal authorized person. The deposition is generally intended to be used at a trial or hearing of a criminal prosecution or a civil act. The examination consist of questions provided by an attorney or judge.

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