18-5-4. Officers permitted to take acknowledgment in foreign country. The acknowledgment of any instrument may be made without the United States before:
(1) An ambassador, minister, charge d'affaires, counselor to or secretary of a legation, consul general, consul, vice consul, commercial attache, or consular agent of the United States accredited to the country where the acknowledgment is made;
(2) A notary public of the country where the acknowledgment is made;
(3) A judge or clerk of a court of record of the country where the acknowledgment is made.Source:
SL 1941, ch 215, § 4; SDC Supp 1960, § 51.16A04.
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