This Affidavit of Title sets forth that the individual signing the affidavit is the sole owner of certain property and has the right and power to sell the property. The affidavit also sets out there are no liens, pending judgments or suits against the property to be sold. This Affidavit of Title must be signed in the presence of a notary public.
This Appraisal Affidavit is signed by an appraiser of property at the request of the property owner or another party. In this affidavit an accurate appraisal of the property is given after appraiser has thoroughly and carefully inspected it. This Appraisal Affidavit must be signed in the presence of a notary public.
This Bulk Transfer Affidavit is made by a seller of a company to a buyer. This affidavit declares the company is the sole owner of the business assets and has the full right to sell and transfer those assets. It also sets out that no liens or judgments exist on the business property. This Bulk Transfer Affidavit spells out the names of the buyer and seller and must be signed in front of a notary public.
This General Affidavit is for use when an individual legally declares that certain facts are true. This affidavit can be used for a variety of legal matters and must be signed in the presence of a notary public.
This Name Affidavit is used by an individual to declare that he/she is the same person known by another name. This affidavit must be signed in the presence of two witnesses who have knowledge of the person’s identity. This Name Affidavit must also be signed in the presence of a notary public.
This Name Affidavit is a short form version in which a person declares that he or she is the same person as known by another name. This Name Affidavit must be signed in front of a notary public but does not require a witness signature.
Affidavits of Title are used to verify specific information about a property. This affidavit is generally used at a real estate closing and affirms that the seller owns the property which is being sold.
Appraisal Affidavits are used to provide the basic details of an appraisal. This affidavit is normally used at a real estate closing and contains the same information as an appraisal. It is necessary to sign the Appraisal Affidavit in front of a notary public.
Bulk Transfer Affidavits are used by companies and businesses who make bulk transfers of inventory. This affidavit will ensure that creditors who have a lien against the inventory are effectively notified of the transfer. This Bulk Transfer Affidavit complies with the Uniform Commercial Code.
General Affidavits are used when giving a statement about particular facts being true. This affidavit identifies the individual making the statement and the specific information which is given. This affidavit is given under oath and must be signed in front of a notary.
Name Affidavits are used by an individual when they must affirm and declare that they are the same person, but identified by another name. This document must be signed in the presence of a notary public.