Article 3(1) of the order states that a qualifying benefit, they do not have to physically be in receipt of the qualifying benefit.This means a person doesn’t need to be actually receiving the benefit providing they can show they would be entitled to the benefit.
You may also encounter documents where the signer is acting in a capacity such as trustee, attorney-in-fact for a power of attorney, a corporate officer, or with an AKA; since this capacity is part of the signature line, it's good practice to include it with the signature in the notary certificate. Simply, the signer attests to the document's content; the notary then attests that the signer has satisfied the required elements of notarization. statement directly upon the copy (or an attached page) attesting that it is a true copy of the original document, and affixing his/her signature to the statement.
When administering a required oath/affirmation, treat it like the important ceremony it is.
The wording should substantially be "Do you solemnly swear (or "affirm") that the contents of the document are truthful and correct, and that you signed it freely, so help you God?
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A list of the qualifying benefits (as of December 2016) is given below: To support a claim by or on behalf of a severely mentally impaired person for exemption from liability to pay the Council Tax or eligibility for a discount in respect of the amount of Council Tax payable.