Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 63. Oath, Acknowledgment, and Other Proof
Section 90. Certificate of Acknowledgment.
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AS 09.63.090. Certificate of Acknowledgment.

The words "acknowledged before me" mean that

(1) the person acknowledging

(A) appeared before the person taking the acknowledgment;

(B) acknowledged that the person executed the instrument;

(C) in the case of

(i) a natural person, acknowledged that the person executed the instrument for the purposes stated in it;

(ii) an officer or agent of a corporation, acknowledged that the person held the position or title set out in the instrument and certificate, acknowledged that the person signed the instrument on behalf of the corporation by proper authority, and acknowledged that the instrument was the act of the corporation for the purposes stated in it;

(iii) a member or manager of a limited liability company, acknowledged that the individual signed the instrument on behalf of the limited liability company by proper authority and executed the instrument as the act of the limited liability company for the purposes stated in it;

(iv) a partner or agent of a partnership, limited partnership, or limited liability partnership, acknowledged that the person signed the instrument on behalf of the partnership by proper authority and executed the instrument as the act of the partnership for the purposes stated in it;

(v) a person acknowledging as a principal by an attorney in fact, acknowledged that the person executed the instrument by proper authority as the act of the principal for the purposes stated in it;

(vi) a person acknowledging as a public officer, trustee, administrator, guardian, or other representative, acknowledged that the person signed the instrument in the capacity and for the purposes stated in it; and

(2) the person taking the acknowledgment either knew or had satisfactory evidence that the person acknowledging is the person named in the instrument or certificate.

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