I was looking at a proof of loss form, and below my signature there is a section for another affiant's signature which reads:
Declared severally before me at ______________________
From examples all over the web, affiants write only the name of the location (ex: “Boston” or “Boston, MA”).
Can someone please explain why how this is grammatically correct?
To me, it makes more sense for it to read “declared severally before me at the city of Boston”, or “declared severally before me in Boston”?