An affidavit is a document that contains facts that you swear under oath or affirm to be true. You can use an affidavit instead of sitting in the witness box to give your evidence to the judge.
An affidavit is a written statement prepared by a party or witness. It is the main way you present evidence (facts of the case) to a court.
A good affidavit provides just enough important information to enable the judge to make a quick decision.
Because the judge relies on affidavits to make important decisions, there are strict rules about how they should be written, what they can include, and how they must be sworn or affirmed.
What does an affidavit look like? The affidavit should be printed or typed only one side of the paper. The content should be divided as numbered paragraph. The content is divided into different sections under the headlines is more perfect method to write an affidavit.
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