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§47‑44.  Clerk's certificate upon probate by justice of peace ormagistrate.

When the proof oracknowledgment of any instrument is had before a justice of the peace of someother state or territory of the  United States, or before a magistrate of thisState, but of a county different from that in which the instrument is offeredfor registration, the form of certificate as to his official position and signature shall be substantially as follows:

North Carolina _____________County.

I, A.B. (here give name andofficial title of a clerk of a court of record), do hereby certify that C.D.(here give the name of the justice of the peace or magistrate taking the proof,etc.), was at the time of signing the foregoing (or annexed) certificate anacting justice of the peace or magistrate in and for the county of ________ andState (or territory) of_______________,

and that his signature thereto isin his own proper handwriting.

In witness whereof, I hereuntoset my hand and official seal, this_____ day of______________, A.D. ______

(Official seal.)

                                                                                    ____________________________________

                                                                                                        (Signatureof officer.)

 (1899, c. 235, s. 8; Rev., s. 1006; C.S., s. 3327;1971, c. 1185, s. 15.)