Affidavit means a written statement of facts or opinion based upon facts, signed in the presence of a notary public or a judge or other person having authority to administer oath.
AFFIDAVIT: A written statement of facts, given under oath, that is signed by a person with firsthand knowledge of the facts. An affidavit must be notarized (signed in the presence of a notary public). See Rules 56.05 through 56.07 of the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure for more information.
A written or printed declaration or statement of facts made voluntarily, and confirmed by oath, without notice to the adverse party and without opportunity to cross-examine. Affidavits are usually attached to field notes in support of corner restorations.
A statement of declaration in writing and affirmed before an official with authority to administer an oath; a statement of declaration alleging fact to support the issuance of a search or arrest warrant.
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