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What Is An Affidavit?

An affidavit is a legal document that is used to support sworn statements. It can be verified by the signature of the person who has signed it, and those who have witnessed this signature. This document must also include a statement of truthfulness. In some cases, an affidavit will state that one’s testimony is true under penalty of perjury which means they could face punishment for lying about or misrepresenting the facts in their statement. There are many different types of affidavits such as adoption affidavits, court order affidavits, etc.  All Canadians need to know what an affidavit is because it may come up in everyday life situations such as: buying a house or filing taxes with Revenue Canada (Canada Revenue Agency)

Kinds Of Affidavit

An affidavit is a sworn statement that can be presented in court as evidence. There are two types: an affidavit of truth and an affidavit to establish probable cause. The former is used by people with knowledge of the facts, such as witnesses or experts, to testify about what they have seen or heard. The latter type establishes that there are enough grounds for a warrant, search warrant, etc., so it’s only signed by law enforcement officials.

 

How To Make Your Affidavit Official in Canada? 

Canada Business Lawyers will provide you with the template of the affidavit.  After you fill out the required fields simply bring the document to a local notary to have it sealed. If you need help writing an affidavit or looking for a custom document, book a free online consultation and get a quote. 

Common Types of Personal Affidavit in Canada

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Affidavit of Citizenship

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Affidavit of Death

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Affidavit of Name Change

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Financian Affidavit

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Divorce Affidavit

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Personal Affidavit FAQ

What is a personal affidavit?

A personal affidavit is a legal document sworn to be true and signed by a notary. In Canada, affidavits can be entered as evidence in court.

Why would someone need an affidavit?

Affidavits are used to verify that a person is telling the truth in statements they make. An affidavit will be presented as legal evidence if it can help prove someone’s innocence, guilt, or worthiness of some other designation.

Get Affidavits For Emergency Travel

There are many different types of affidavits that one might find themselves needing to fill out. For example, if someone is going overseas and needs a notary public’s signature on his or her passport application form, then they would want an affidavit for use as evidence abroad. An affadavit can be used in lieu of something like a passport application because it contains similar information needed from the person applying for their document (passport).

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