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Posted by: C. Nichols on May 7, 2020

When a document requires the signer to take an oath, but the signer refuses to "swear to God" or otherwise take an oath, the Ohio notary public may ask the signer to "affirm" that the facts stated in the document are true to the best of his or her knowledge. 

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