A written statement confirmed by oath or affirmation, for use as evidence in court
written declaration made under oath; a written statement sworn to be true before someone legally authorized to administer an oath
An affidavit is a formal sworn statement of fact, signed by the author, who is called the affiant or deponent, and witnessed as to the authenticity of the affiant's signature by a taker of oaths, such as a notary public or commissioner of oaths. ...
A signed document wherein an affiant makes a sworn statement
(Affidavits) As part of the closing process, you're likely to sign numerous affidavits. You may be required, for example, to sign an affidavit of occupancy. It states that you will use the property as a principal residence. ...
A sworn statement setting out facts which the affiant states are true. Sworn before a Commissioner for swearing Oaths, Notary Public or other public official.
A sworn statement in writing usually given while under oath or in the presence of a notary.
A written statement made under oath before a notary public or other judicial officer.
A written statement made under oath.
a signed, sworn statement made by the buyer or seller regarding the truth of information provided.
A written declaration under oath.
A sworn statement in writing, made before an authorized official.
A signed statement (filed with the patent office) putting appropriate facts or opinions on record.
a formal legal statement, signed by a declarent (affiant) and witnessed by a notary or authorized representative of the court.
A written statement of facts, the contents of which are sworn under oath to be true by the person making the statement. An affidavit is sometimes used in court proceedings as evidence in place of oral testimony.
also known as a Sworn Statement- a declaration in writing sworn before a solicitor or someone similarly qualified to witness oaths.
A signed statement sworn or affirmed before a court officer such as a lawyer or commissioner
A written statement confirmed by oath.
A written and sworn statement witnessed by a notary public or another official possessing the authority to administer oaths. Affidavits may be admitted into evidence.
Declaration in writing made upon oath before someone who is authorised to administer oaths.
A statement which before being signed, the person signing takes an oath that the contents are, to the best of their knowledge, true. ...
A sworn statement by a consumer declaring that a particular ACH transaction was unauthorized or that the authorization for that transaction has been revoked.
A sworn statement made under oath to a lawyer or notary public. Affidavits may be submitted by applicants who cannot provide original documents of their academic history. ...
a written statement of fact either sworn or affirmed by the person making it (called the “deponent”); a form of evidence (in contrast to verbal testimony given in court) filed and to be considered by the judge in deciding a particular matter;
A notarized statement from a television station that confirms the commercial actually ran at the time shown on the station's invoice.
When registering to vote, a voter completes a registration card also known as an "Affidavit of Registration". Every affidavit of registration has a unique identifying number on it used to identify a voter. This number is called an affidavit number.