Affidavits and Declarations

Prepare Affidavits and Statutory Declarations with these downloadable, customizable legal forms.

 

What is an affidavit?

An affidavit is a written statement of facts confirmed by the oath of the party making the affidavit (the affiant), in front of a lawyer, notary public, commissioner for oaths or other officer who has the authority to administer oaths. If you make a false statement in an affidavit, it is considered perjury and carries the same penalty as lying on a witness stand in court.

What is a statutory declaration?

A statutory declaration is much like an affidavit, but it is affirmed rather than sworn by the person making it (the declarant), and it must be witnessed by a justice of the peace, a commissioner, a notary public, or a lawyer.

What is an acknowledgement?

An acknowledgement is a formal declaration before an authorized person (such as a notary public) that the document it is attached to is being signed as a free act and deed of the person signing it.

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ACT Statutory Declaration

Use this free form to make a Statutory Declaration in accordance with the Statutory Declarations Act 1959 of Australian Capital Territory.

  • This is the prescribed form of declaration required under the Act.
  • The form contains instructions as to how the declaration must be completed and executed in order to be legally valid.

The free Australian Capital Territory Statutory Declaration form is available in RTF format.

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Alberta Affidavit Form

Use this free Form 49 Affidavit to prepare an affidavit for a legal action in Alberta Court of Queen's Bench.

  • All affidavits now use this same basic form, under Rule 13.19 of the revised Rules of Court.
  • Updated to November 2010.

The Form 49 Affidavit is a generic affidavit template issued by Alberta Courts in Microsoft Word format.

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Alberta Affidavit of Service

When you serve a legal document on someone in Alberta, you must execute and file an Affidavit of Service to prove that the document was served.

  • An Affidavit of Service is required in circumstances where service of documents is required by law, such as legal proceedings, landlord-tenant notices and evictions, repossessions, foreclosures, etc.
  • This free form is issued by Alberta Courts in accordance with the 2010 revised Rules of Court.
The Alberta Affidavit of Service is a free download.
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Australia Affidavit of Service

Prepare an Affidavit of Service for a legal proceeding in Federal Magistrates Court of Australia with this free legal form.

  • When you serve legal documents on someone, you need to prove that the service was completed properly.
  • Download this template form and fill in the details of how the document was served on the other party.
  • The form must be sworn or affirmed, and witnessed before filing with the Court.
This Federal Magistrates Court of Australia Affidavit of Service form is available as a MS Word download, which is easy to download, fill in and print.
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Australia Federal Magistrates Court Affidavit Form

This free Affidavit Form can be used in any proceeding where no other form is applicable under the Australia Federal Magistrates Court Rules.

Download the Affidavit form and fill in the details of how the document was served on the receiving party. The form must be sworn or affirmed, and witnessed before filing with the Court. It includes a jurat for a non-English speaking deponent, to be sworn by the interpreter.

This Federal Magistrates Court of Australia Affidavit Form is available as a MS Word download, which is easy to download, fill in and print.
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California Proof of Service of Notice

Anyone who serves a notice on a person or firm in California must complete a Proof of Service of Notice afterwards.

  • The person who served the notice must record the date of service and the method used to serve the person(s) - whether by personal service or by mail.
  • The Proof of Service is evidence that the notice was served on the receiving party.

The California Proof of Service of Notice is a free digital form.

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