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Pennsylvania General Affidavit Forms

A Pennsylvania General Affidavit is used to make certain statements in written form under oath. This is similar to a Declaration under Oath.

This form package includes two (2) different types of Pennsylvania General Affidavit forms that allow the Declarant (i.e. the person signing the affidavit and making the declaration) to state that certain facts set forth in the Affidavit are true and correct.

There are two forms in this package:

  1. One is a "General Affidavit under Oath" where the Declarant (the person making the declaration who signs the Affidavit) states certain facts under oath or affirmation;
  2. The second form is a "General Affidavit before Notary" where the Declarant declares certain facts to be true after taking an oath before a Notary.

This form can be used in Pennsylvania, PA.

This package includes:

  1. Instructions and Checklist;
  2. General Affidavit under Oath;
  3. General Affidavit before Notary.

General Affidavit
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The Pennsylvania General Affidavit form can be downloaded and accessed immediately and you will then be able to edit and use them as often as you like.

 

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