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An affidavit is a written statement, which sets out the facts of your case – your story – in numbered paragraphs. These facts need to be facts that are within your own knowledge. The affidavit must be signed by you (the deponent) before a qualified witness (usually a Justice of the Peace, solicitor or barrister).
The Magistrates Court will only accept affidavits that are written following the rules of the court, and this kit has been prepared to help make sure your affidavit follows those rules.
The attached factsheets or other similar documents are provided on an as-is basis on behalf of the document authors. If you require any further information on the factsheets, please contact the factsheet authors, as credited on the factsheets themselves.
Categories: Affidavit Guide
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