affiant

[ uh-fahy-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF affiant

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Where a corporation or firm is the claimant, the affiant should swear as agent.

It is not true that this affiant has ever been party to the commission of any crime or any misdemeanor.

The writing other than that of Lee Harvey Oswald is that of affiant.

Affiant is familiar with the handwriting of her sister Marguerite Claverie Oswald.

That to disclose the source of affiant's information at this time might defeat the ends of justice.

Wherefore, affiant prays that said Gustav Stahl may be arrested and imprisoned, or bailed, as the case may be.

The signature of the affiant and of the notary and the seal are all necessary to validate the affidavit.

The signature should correspond exactly with the name of the affiant stated at the beginning.

Failure to state in what capacity the affiant takes the oath, whether as claimant, agent of the claimant, or printer.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AFFIANT

deponent

nounwitness
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