Information About Affidavit Forms

By | February 13, 2012

An Affidavit form is a legal document that an individual can use to make a declaration under oath without swearing an oath in a court room.  The signed Affidavit can be used in court proceedings to verify that certain information or facts that are stated in the Affidavit are true.  This legal document is also known as a Declaration Under Oath.  In addition to this Standard Affidavit or General Affidavit, there are also Affidavit forms for more specific occasions.  The Name Affidavit allows an individual to declare under oath that they are indeed the same person as a second name they use.  A Bulk Transfer Affidavit can be used by a seller of goods to make a declaration under oath that he is informing a buyer of all claims against his business.  An Affidavit of Title for real Estate and an Appraisal Affidavit for Real Estate are used in real estate transactions so that the seller (or landowner) can swear under oath that certain information about the property is true.

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