An affidavit is a written statement from an individual which is sworn to be true. It is an oath that what the individual is saying is the truth. An affidavit is used along with witness statements to prove the truthfulness of a certain statement in court.
If an individual is completing an Affidavit, then in most cases, the document must be signed in the presence of a solicitor or other person commissioned to receive oaths (eg a notary public or another judicial officer who has administered the oath). The purpose of this is to check that your signature is valid.
You are required to use an affidavit in the following circumstances:
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