Definition of "affiant"
  1. A person who swears to the truth of a written statement, called an affidavit, in front of an individual authorized to take oaths, like a notary public or county clerk
How to use "affiant" in a sentence
  1. The notary public required the affiant to provide proper identification before signing the document.
  2. He served as the affiant, providing the evidence needed in the litigation process.
  3. As an affiant, her statement was considered legally binding and admissible in court.

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