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jurat

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noun ju·rat \ˈju̇r-ˌat\

Definition of jurat

  1. :  a certificate added to an affidavit stating when, before whom, and where it was made



Origin and Etymology of jurat

short for Latin juratum (est) it has been sworn, 3d singular perfect passive of jurare to swear — more at jury


First Known Use: 1796


Law Dictionary

jurat

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noun ju·rat \ˈju̇r-ət, -ˌat\

Legal Definition of jurat

  1. :  a certification added to an affidavit stating when, before whom, and where the affidavit was made



Origin and Etymology of jurat

short for Latin juratum (est) it has been sworn


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