Overview

An affidavit must be confirmed on oath in the presence of the Deputy Registrar or Commissioner of Oaths.

What you'll get

An affidavit, which must be signed and sworn at the Criminal Registry before the Deputy Registrar.

Eligibility

Content of affidavit must be prepared by the person concerned, then signed and sworn at the Criminal Registry before the Deputy Registrar.

How to apply

Fill in the online form and print it.

The affidavit has to be then sworn at the Criminal Registry, so application is to be taken by hand at the Courts of Justice.

This form cannot be submitted online due to the requirement of an original signature.
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