maxmartin wrote:When an affidavit is taken before a judge or a court in another state or in a foreign country, the genuineness of the signature of the judge, the existence of the court and the fact that such judge is a member thereof must be certified by the clerk of the court, under the seal thereof. (Code Civ. Proc. § 2015.) Affidavits and oaths made by military personnel are governed by California Civ. Code § 1183.5.
Do people know how hard this process is? Any cost associated with it? I am debating whether I should fly back to CA to take the oath.
I don't know the answer to your question, but it seems weird that when in California, there are 23 different types of people who can administer the oath (one of them being a notary public, meaning I could go down to my local UPS store to get sworn in), but the number of people authorized to administer it out-of-state is so limited.
For anyone interested, here is the full list of who can administer the oath inside and outside of California: http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Portals/0/docu ... 0116_R.pdf