Affidavit Forms
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    General form of Affidavit to be sworn by someone in the Presence of a Notary Public.
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    General form of Affidavit to be used when one person wishes to make a sworn statement in the presence of a Notary Public. Statement by Notary Public.
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    General form of Affidavit to be used when two persons wish to make a sworn statement in the presence of a Notary Public. Statement by Notary Public.
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    Agreement between two parties by which one party (the Agent) agrees to act as agent for another party (the Principal) for certain specific purposes.
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    Basic Template for an Agreement between two parties. Add provisions as appropriate.
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    Agreement between two parties extending the closing date of a transaction.
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    Agreement between two parties extending the time for performance of an obligation.
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    Agreement between two parties amending the terms of a previous Agreement between them (General Form)
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    Basic Template for an Assignment from one party to another party.
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    General form of Authorization by one Person to another Person.
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    General form of Certificate by which one Party certifies certain facts or a state of affairs to another Party
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    Change Order relating to a contract between a Contractor and a Principal. Additional charge for requested change.
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    $4.99
    General form of Consent to be given by Requested Party.
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    $5.49
    Indemnity to be signed and given by one person to another to protect the latter from specific losses.
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    Full and Final Mutual Release by two parties releasing one another from all claims.
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    $2.99
    General form of Notarial Certificate to be made by a Notary Public when certifying that the attached photocopy of the document is a true copy of an original document.
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    General form of Notarial Certificate to be made by a Notary Public when certifying that he or she witnessed the signature of an Instrument by one person.
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    General form of Notarial Certificate to be made by a Notary Public when certifying that he or she witnessed the signatures of an Instrument by two persons.
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    Letter from one person to another rescinding the contract (ie. terminating the contract effective the date the contract originally came into force.
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    $3.49
    Agreement between two parties terminating an agreement between them.
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    $3.49
    General form of Undertaking by which one Party undertakes (promises) to another Party to do something.
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    $3.49
    Undertaking by which one Party undertakes (promises) to another Party to comply with a certain obligation.
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    Waiver of a condition contained in an Agreement by one party in favour of the other.
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    $3.49
    Agreement between two parties in which one party waives performance of an obligation by the other party.
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    Affidavit as to Residency of an Individual
     
    Stating The Facts

    An affidavit is a document in which the facts of a particular subject are recorded. As the document may be used in legal proceedings, it needs to be legally certified. This can be done by having the document signed by a Commissioner of Oaths, a lawyer or Justice of the Peace. You can have the document written privately but it has to be signed in the presence of a qualified witness. A qualified witness can be any one of the persons mentioned earlier. Before you sign the document you have to swear or declare that what you have written or recorded in a form is the truth. This, however, can and may be challenged as your affidavit is only your version of the facts.

    Important Notes


    If the affidavit is a lengthy document on a complex subject or situation it is best to have it prepared by a lawyer or a trained legal professional. If it is a simple document, it can be written by the person making the declaration. It could be something as simple as stating that I,so-and-so, declare the following to be true.
    It is better to number or have a heading for each fact and separate the details by paragraph. In the old days though, the document was written in one long unbroken flow.
    In many places, the courts provide appropriate forms to be used as an affidavit. This makes it simple as the person concerned will be guided by the headings and layout in the form for easy completion.
    There are two ways in which the person making the affidavit can declare the facts as being true. One is to have it sworn; the other is it to have it affirmed. To have it sworn, the person has to swear on a religious or holy book that they have stated the truth. The alternative is to make an affirmation that you have stated the truth and put your signature to it.
    The witness, who can either be a Commissioner of Oaths, Justice of the Peace or lawyer, will have to sign their name and provide the relevant details of their position.

    Writing The Affidavit

    Check with the courts and obtain the relevant form. List the facts. If you are unsure of how to fill out the form, consult someone who knows how to do it. Remember that an affidavit is a legal document. You do not want it thrown out due to a technical error. Ensure that you only provide information that you know is true. You have to stand by what you have stated and be prepared to have it thoroughly examined and challenged.

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