general affidavit

general affidavit.Affidavits may be written in the first or third person, depending on who drafted the document. The document's component parts are typically as follows:

  • commencement which identifies the "affiant of truth",[1] generally stating that everything in it is true, under penalty of perjury, fine, or imprisonment;
  • an attestation clause, usually a jurat, at the end certifying that the affiant made oath and the date;
  • signatures of the author and witness.

If an affidavit is notarized or authenticated, it will also include a caption with a venue and title in reference to judicial proceedings. In some cases, an introductory clause, called a preamble, is added attesting that the affiant personally appeared before the authenticating authority.

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