Quick question. If a doc is for two signers with a nicely done single ack at the end, and the lender even pre-typed the venue, physically appeared, date and both names on the ack… however, the “personally known/presented ID” portion reads in the singular… so what’s the best way to indicate the type of ID presented by each one?
The scenario I’m mentioning has wording at the bottom left of the certificate (after the ack phrase and names) like so:
[ ] Personally Known
[ ] Produced Identification
Type of Identification Produced:__________________________
I’ve done these three…
FL driver’s license and FL driver’s license
JMD: FL driver’s license SBD: FL driver’s license <-Using their initials printed by me
FL driver’s license (both signers)
Do any/all of these sound ok?
I’ve been thinking of specifying:
John Doe: FL Driver’s License and Jane Doe: FL Driver’s License,
but am concerned about space if the names are too long.
I read on the state’s page that anything left in the singular will be assumed as applying to all signers, but I’d rather be specific so no one has to assume anything.
Or am I overthinking this?
Thanks in advance!