FREE Basic Notary Public Questions and Answers


A person who signs an affidavit is known as _________.

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An affiant is someone who signs an affidavit, which is a written signed statement taken under oath or affirmation before a notary public or other authorized officer. The affiant confirms the truth and correctness of the statement contained in the affidavit.

A thing of value (such as chattel, personal services, money, etc.) supplied to entice someone to join into a contract is referred to as __________.

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Consideration in a contract is something of value exchanged between parties, such as money, commodities, or services, to persuade them to engage into the agreement.

individual who initiates a civil action is known as _________.

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A power of attorney is a written document that authorizes one person to act on another's behalf.

A individual who initiates a civil action is known as _________.

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The plaintiff is the person who starts a civil action by submitting a complaint or petition to court against another party, known as the defendant. The plaintiff files the lawsuit to seek a legal remedy or resolution for a perceived wrong or injury. In civil litigation, the plaintiff carries the burden of proving their claims against the defendant.

A __________ is a claim or right to property that remains attached to the property until a judgment (debt) is paid.

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A lien is a legal claim against property until a debt is paid off.

A written document (other than a will) used to create, transfer, surrender, or assign an interest in real property is referred to as ____.

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A conveyance is a written document, excepting wills, that transfers ownership or interests in real property, such as land or buildings.

The statute that specifies the time limit for filing a civil action or criminal prosecution is the __________.

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The statute of limitations specifies the time frame within which a civil action or criminal prosecution must be filed.

A declaration made before a duly authorized officer by a person who has executed an instrument that the execution is his act is referred to as _________.

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An acknowledgment is a declaration made before a lawfully authorized officer, such as a notary public, to certify that they willingly signed a legal instrument.

Personal property (not actual property) is also known as:

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Personal property, often known as transportable property, is referred to as "chattel." Chattel includes furniture, vehicles, jewelry, and other tangible things that can be transferred. Unlike real property, which includes land and buildings, chattel usually does not include immovable assets.

A __________ is a document appended to a will that supplements or alters the will.

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A codicil is a revision or addition to a will that changes its terms or provisions without totally rewriting the document.

Someone appointed by a court to administer the affairs (estate) of a person who died without a will is referred to as _________.

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An administrator is someone appointed by a court to oversee the affairs of a deceased individual who did not leave a will.

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