Form Description: When you want to document the end of an obligation you need a release. Whether it's a liability release, such as an agreement not to sue for damages, or the release of a claim or lien, our basic release form is the place to start. The notarization provides greater buy-in by both parties, as well as strengthening the legal foundation should some dispute go to court. Make sure to check the applicable laws to make sure you are using the right release form. This notarized release form includes the name of each party and a description of the original claim or liability that is being released. At the bottom are places for contact information and signature for each party, as well as the notary's acknowledgement and signature for each party. This version is designed for an agreement between individuals acting under Power of Attorney for others. This form is in full-page portrait format.
Form Orientation: Portrait orientation
Copies: 1 copy per page
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