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Posted - 12/06/2014 :  05:20:17 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Bones - your question is very confusing and asks several different issues. Too weak to sign has nothing to do with identifying the individual - also has nothing to do with a jurat or a thumbprint. But maybe your answer is here:


See #2 and follow the link it contains - your signer is allowed to sign by mark OR direct someone to sign for him. I'm sure there is a procedure to follow in Washington (we have one here in Florida for those situations) - you'll need to look through the Notary Public statutes to find it.

As for identifying, according to your statutes see #8 of the above link for Washington's definition of "satisfactory evidence of identity".

This section may also help you with other questions you may have:


Good Luck

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Posted - 12/05/2014 :  8:49:44 PM  Show Profile  Visit bones67's Homepage  Reply with Quote
For someone who is to weak to sign a legal document. Is it legal to identity him/her through "creditble witness" or/ Jurat or/ thumbprint? My understanding is "credible witness" I would like to have your feedback.

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