This EPA-issued form allows a property seller to notify the prospective buyer regarding the possibility of the existence of lead-based paint on the surfaces of the housing unit. If the house was constructed before 1978, this form must be signed by all parties involved.
This form, Affidavit of Diligent Form, is for the use of adopting stepparents.
The execution of this form is for self-certification purposes. Affiant must submit this form to Alabama’s Department of Public Safety to avoid the revocation of her/his commercial driver license.
An Alabama-based land owner must execute this affidavit if s/he intends to use her/his land.
The format and content of this affidavit is considered standard by the courts in the State of Alaska. This affidavit is pursuant to Civil Rule 4 (F) of the State.
Usually, a final judgment (conclusion of the divorce process) is awarded during the final court hearing. However, divorcing parties may opt to forgo the court hearing and request for the immediate awarding of the final judgment by executing this affidavit.[rawlink]http://www.clerkofcourts.cc/selfhelp/packages/SPECIAL AFFIDAVIT FOR UNCONTESTED DISSOLUTION – Must Qualify For.pdf[/rawlink]
This affidavit can be executed by the affiant who is responsible for the prayer of the petition that a proper notice to a part is given.
By executing this affidavit, affiant declares that named lawyer applicant are as follows: (1) of good moral and professional character; (2) previously admitted to the practice of law; and (3) in good standing with the Supreme Court of Kentucky.
This affidavit is for the use of an affiant seeking to manage the estate of a decedent who failed to appoint a property administrator/executor/fiduciary.
A person executing this affidavit officially declares that the staples of a Will/Codicil were removed but was later reattached to the Will/Codicil.