Jurat

In Guernsey and Jersey, the Jurats, as lay people, are judges of fact rather than law, though they preside over land conveyances and liquor licensing. In Alderney, however, the Jurats are judges of both fact and law (assisted by their learned Clerk) in both civil and criminal matters. ==History== Under the ancien r├ęgime in France, in several town...
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Jurat

• (n.) The memorandum or certificate at the end of an asffidavit, or a bill or answer in chancery, showing when, before whom, and (in English practice), where, it was sworn or affirmed. • (n.) A person under oath; specifically, an officer of the nature of an alderman, in certain municipal corporations in England.Jurat: words in the defini...
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jurat

(jur-at) n. Latin for "been sworn," the portion of an affidavit in which a person has sworn that the contents of his/her written statement are true, filled in by the notary public with the date, name of the person swearing, sometimes the place where sworn, and the name of the person before whom the oath was made. It reads generally: "Sworn to this ...
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Jurat

[clause] A jurat (through legal French from Latin juratum, `sworn`, from jurare, `to swear`) is a clause at the foot of an affidavit showing when, where, and before whom the actual oath was sworn or affirmation was made. ==English and American law== In English and American law, a jurat is that part of an affidavit which contains the names o...
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Jurat

Ju'rat noun [ Prov. French jurat , from Latin juratus sworn, past participle of jurare to swear. See Jury , noun ] 1. A person under oath; specifically, an officer of the nature of an alderman, in certain municipal corporations in En...
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Jurat

A statement contained at the conclusion of an affidavit which states the name of the person giving the evidence, the name of the person before whom and the place where the oath or affirmation was taken
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Jurat

Certificate of officer or person whom writing was sworn before. Typically, jurat is used to mean the certificate of the competent administering officer that writing was sworn to by person who signed it.
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Jurat

It is derieved from a latin word meaning "to swear".Part of an affidavit which is sworn in front of a Notary Public by the person who signed it stating that the contents of his documents are true.It contains details like date,place,name of the person swearing,name of the officer in front of whom swear was taken.
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jurat

memorandum at end of affidavit showing to whom it was sworn
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