Affidavit Form

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The end of the affidavit should include a statement by a court clerk or notary public, or another official authorized to administer an oath. The statement should say that the affiant appeared before the court clerk or notary, swore to the above statements, and showed legal identification.
An affidavit is used for a person (“affiant”) to make a sworn statement about true and correct facts. The sworn statement is recommended to be notarized. If any of the facts are found to be untruthful, the affiant could be liable for perjury.
An affidavit is a sworn statement put in writing. When you use an affidavit, you're claiming that the information within the document is true and correct to the best of your knowledge. Like taking an oath in court, an affidavit is only valid when you make it voluntarily and without any coercion.
What is an affidavit? An affidavit is a sworn written statement used in court proceedings and other legal matters that has been witnessed and notarized by another party. Depending on where you're located, you might need to have an authorized affidavit taker witness the creation of your affidavit in person.
(Example: I, Jane Doe, solemnly swear that the contents of this document are true and correct, and that I agree to abide by the terms in this affidavit.)
The basic form for an affidavit has four parts: A statement that the affiant is swearing under oath to the truthfulness of the information contained in the affidavit. The information that is being sworn to. The signature of the affiant. The attestation of a notary public or other official authorized to administer oaths.