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affidavit

Law a declaration in writing made upon oath before a person authorized to administer oaths, esp for use as evidence in court
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I gave the master of the Balmen a receipt for what we took, together with an affidavit signed by Bradley, Olson, and myself, stating briefly how we had come into possession of the U-33 and the urgency of our need for what we took.
He said I might do so if I pleased, but that if I did not, there were ways enough to secure my right, and immediately to appropriate the profits to my use: and as there were ships in the river of Lisbon just ready to go away to Brazil, he made me enter my name in a public register, with his affidavit, affirming, upon oath, that I was alive, and that I was the same person who took up the land for the planting the said plantation at first.
I am inclined to argue from this, that he had never left off saying so; but I could not make an affidavit of that part of the story, if required to do so by my Queen and Country.
Pray take a seat, vile I makes out the affidavit, Sir," says the lawyer.
Adorco failed to mention a certain 'Ozamiz Mayor' in his first and supplemental affidavits.
Judge Justice Roselyne Aburili issued the order prohibiting the prosecution of the lawyer who commissioned affidavits in support of a petition against Machakos governor Alfred Mutua.
However court has ordered that SSP Islamabad, SHO Shalimar should file affidavit about negligence in the case and then court would initiate proceedings after seeing affidavits.
Those clubs which will not submit affidavits will have to face action and be shut down or banned," he said.
Government sources have said that a review of the draft note sent by then home secretary GK Pillai to the home minister made it clear that the changes in the amended affidavits were made by P.
Dubai: Handwritten affidavits are no longer accepted for attestation at IVS Global Services, the company selected by the Indian Consulate in Dubai to handle its attestation services, a service provider said.
In the affidavits, another victim stated that on one occasion, when he was about 15 years old, the Scouts were on a trip to the college and Mr.
The Justice chief reiterated her plea against making the affidavits public, while the vetting and evaluation of its contents have yet to be completed by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).