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An affidavit is a written statement which could be used in a number of legal proceedings. The individual who makes the statement must swear or affirm that it is true before an authorised person such as a policeman, solicitor, Commissioner for Oaths (specialist solicitor) or Judge.

An affidavit is also known as a Solemn Declaration or Statutory Declaration.

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