thats what i said ur affidavit is not at all valid one.affidavit means a sworn statment.you are doing oath before the notary and state you contents in the affidavit and sign before the otary then the notary will sign immediatly .
let me say the practical problem
X signed an affidavit on 1/1/2010 that affidavit was notarized on 1/2/2010.in the mean while X met with an accident and expired on 31/01/2010.now that affidavit was came in to a dispute.now tell me is this afidavit though signed by the deponent of the affidavit is it is valid.
absolutely not thats why the date of sign ad the date of notarized sigh must be the one and the same
unless dispute thee will be no problem with the affidavit if any dispute arises deponent has to face the consequences
there is a difference between notary and the attestor
attestor has an limited scope but the notary has wider scope
attestor can only identify the person or an document and attest on it as an true copy.
govt.employers(as per gazzeted publication) can attest the document
but only in court affidavits advocate has an power to attest on affidavits
where as notary was appointed by govt.and (as per GO)deligate powers to him
where ever the notary has to sign on pvt.affidavits he not only sign on the afffidavit but also he will affix notary stamps.notary has also power to attest al kind of documents as the attestation officers have