[ US /ˈæfiənt/ ]
  1. a person who makes an affidavit
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How To Use affiant In A Sentence

  • Your affiant reviewed a digital surveillance video depicting the events at the Safeway; in the video, Judge Roll is seen speaking for several minutes with Mr. Barber. Did Obama Speech Undercut Federal Case Against Loughner? (No.)
  • No responding affidavit was filed, and the affiant was not cross-examined.
  • As pointed out by the Crown in its factum, several of the affiants concede this.
  • Each affiant was cross-examined by the Plaintiffs.
  • I am in no position to determine the accuracy of any such allegations or the veracity of the affiants of the affidavits in support of the application.
  • I filed many summary judgment motions on behalf of my FDIC and bank clients, and in not one instance did the affiant have knowledge of any of the details of the loan or of the balances due. Thomas A. Cox: Blame Dishonest Banks, Not Ethical Lawyers Exposing Foreclosure Frauds
  • The test for granting leave to cross-examine an affiant of an information to obtain or an authorization affidavit is this.
  • Copies from the records, books and ac - copies from counts of every such corporation shall be competent evi - as evidence. '' dence in all cases, equally with the originals thereof, if there is annexed to such copies an aflSdavit taken before a clerk of a court of record, or notary public, under the seal of such court or notary public, setting forth that the affiant is the officer having charge of the original records, books and accounts, and that such copy is true and correct and is full so far as it relates to the subject-matter therein re - ferred to. Acts and resolves passed by the General Court
  • Your affiant states that Congresswoman Giffords' staff at the event included Gabriel Zimmerman, Rob Barber, and Pamela Simon, who are employees of the United States, all of whom attended to assist Congresswoman Giffords in her official duties. Did Obama Speech Undercut Federal Case Against Loughner? (No.)
  • I was going to say the same as Curmudgeonly Ex-Clerk — I learned the word as a second-year law student, clerking for a firm in Urbana, Illinois; I was assigned to draft an Affidavit to accompany a Motion for Summary Judgment, and reminded to “check the form of jurat for Wisconsin, since that is where the Affiant will sign it”. The Volokh Conspiracy » Jurat
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