I hope someone can help with this - it's time sensitive and no one I know seems to be near their car at the moment. We are new-ish to Washington and just registered a new car at the Department of Licensing in Seattle this morning, and they handed us the license plates and registration and sent us on our way. Now we're looking at the registration, and under the space for our signatures, there's a line that says, "Subscribed and sworn to before ___ on this ___ day of ___."
We weren't told to sign this at the licensing office and there's nothing that says it needs to be signed in front of a notary or whatnot, but I don't want to screw this up. So - who has to sign this? Can we just have any old person witness this, or does it need to be a government official or notary? Has anyone done this in the last few months who can answer this question? Thanks in advance.