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Validity and Purpose of a JURAT-Sworn for Public Biddings

Post by liway on Thu Jul 19, 2012 6:28 pm

I just like to ask from a legal stand point if a bidder should really be declared "Failed" if in the submitted notarized document/sworn statement the notary public/lawyer wasn’t able to indicate the ID or identification number of the Affiant? Correct me if I am wrong, because I believe that the absence of the affiant's ID number will not invalid the notary public document in the first place.
If I'll consider the reminder of a lawyer who once told me that the residence certificate is no longer acceptable proof of identification for the Affiant, the reminder seems to be irrelevant as well in this case/situation because there was no identification provided at all for the said notary public document. In addition to this, isn’t it the liability and risk rest on the notary public and not to affiant.
May I also know the basic/main reason/purpose of requiring some documents for public biddings to be notarized.
Please Advice.
Thank you.

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Re: Validity and Purpose of a JURAT-Sworn for Public Biddings

Post by engrjhez® on Thu Jul 19, 2012 6:33 pm

liway wrote:I just like to ask from a legal stand point if a bidder should really be declared "Failed" if in the submitted notarized document/sworn statement the notary public/lawyer wasn’t able to indicate the ID or identification number of the Affiant? Correct me if I am wrong, because I believe that the absence of the affiant's ID number will not invalid the notary public document in the first place.
If I'll consider the reminder of a lawyer who once told me that the residence certificate is no longer acceptable proof of identification for the Affiant, the reminder seems to be irrelevant as well in this case/situation because there was no identification provided at all for the said notary public document. In addition to this, isn’t it the liability and risk rest on the notary public and not to affiant.
May I also know the basic/main reason/purpose of requiring some documents for public biddings to be notarized.
Please Advice.
Thank you.

Welcome Liway!

Please visit and read the topics below:

http://gppb.forumotion.com/t470-2004-rules-on-notary-public#3374

http://gppb.forumotion.com/t1506-is-gppb-strict-with-the-govt-rulling-issued-by-the-supreme-court-in-2004-regulating-notarial-practice-and-discouraging-the-use-of-community-tax-certificate-as-competent-evidence-of-identity?highlight=notarial

We hope you could be enlightened in those threads. Smile
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