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.
Prepare an Affidavit of Attestation for someone who is unable to read or write with this easy-to-use form for Canadian legal documents.
An Affidavit of Attestation is sworn by someone who witnessed the execution of a document.
This form is called an Affidavit of Marksman because the witness makes a "mark" instead of signing. It is to be used in cases where the witness is unable to read or write and therefore cannot make a signat.....
Have you served documents on someone in the United States by courier delivery or process server? Record the details of the service with this Affidavit of Delivery by Private Service.
The person making the Affidavit swears that the documents listed in the Affidavit were served in the manner indicated (i.e. either by personal delivery or by private courier delivery service) to the addressee, on the date set out in the form.