Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 63. Oath, Acknowledgment, and Other Proof
Section 40. Verification.
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AS 09.63.040. Verification.

(a) When a document is required by law to be verified, the person required to verify it shall certify under oath or affirmation that the person has read the document and believes its content to be true.

(b) The person who makes the verification shall sign it before a person authorized by law to take the person's oath or affirmation.

(c) A verification made under this section may be in substantially the following form:

I ____________________________ say on oath or affirm that I have read the foregoing (or attached)     

document and believe all statements made in the document are true.     

____________________                                                  
Signature             

Subscribed and sworn to or affirmed before me at ____________________

________  on __________.                                               

               (date)                                                  

____________________                                                  
Signature of Officer  

____________________                                                  
Title of Officer      

(d) If the verification is sworn to or affirmed before a notary public of the state, the notary public shall

(1) affix on the document the

(A) notary public's official signature and official seal; and

(B) date of expiration of the notary public's commission; and

(2) comply with AS 44.50.060 - 44.50.065 and other applicable law.

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