swear an affidavit

See: attest, certify
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The chief justice directed him to swear an affidavit that he had no connection with the housing scheme whatsoever.
CJP Nisar asked the health secretary to swear an affidavit that the JPMC and other hospitals were well-equipped and had all healthcare facilities.
He also asked the health secretary to swear an affidavit that the JPMC and other hospitals were well-equipped with all the necessary healthcare facilities.
He ordered the two officials to swear an affidavit by Friday explaining why they should not be punished for handing Mr Miguna to the Immigration Department when there was a lawful order to them to produce him in Court.
Mr Malala said Nasa MPs will next week swear an affidavit to recognise Mr Odinga as the people's president.
They have been asked to swear an affidavit that the law colleges met the standards and were registered according to the relevant rules and regulations.
Claimants will also need to swear an affidavit that they were present in North Battleford during the relevant time period, consumed tap water and became ill as a result.
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.