swear an affidavit

See: attest, certify
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Mr Justice Baker agreed to the prosecution request and ordered Briscoe to swear an affidavit about her assets, current income and liabilities.
We say this is further evidence the disputed will is a forgery and Mrs Clemo was well aware of that fact when she used it to swear an affidavit.
But Mr Frazer, whose father Bertie was shot dead by the IRA in 1975, was at court to swear an affidavit as part of attempts to advance proceedings.
I hope that someone asks her accusers to swear an affidavit that they have never accepted a cup of tea or coffee or, that greatest of all kick-backs, a chocolate digestive while on a fact-finding visit.
swear an affidavit giving the identity or identities of the person/persons who gave him the documents.
The Aga had been required to swear an affidavit to explain the shredding of the 'Coulton memorandum', a document considered crucial to the case.
He described a trip in Mr Sarwar's Mercedes to a solicitor's office where Mr Islam was meant to swear an affidavit clearing Sarwar of alleged voting irregularities.
Lady Veronica Lucan, aged 61, has asked the executor of her husband's will to swear an affidavit attesting to the fact he believes the missing Earl is deceased.
You will need to swear an affidavit that sets out in some detail any incidents of violence that have occurred, or your reasons for believing that violence may occur or re-occur.
For Mr O'Dea, who is a lawyer, to go on and swear an affidavit that he was not behind the slander, was simply outrageous.
Ms Justice Mary Laffoy said he should understand the seriousness of the matter and would have to swear an affidavit outlining his defence against the application by IKEA, who have stores in Dublin and Belfast.
The new law will force claimants to swear an affidavit at the start of their case and if it is found to be false they will face jail.