declaration under oath

declaration under oath
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  • declaration — noun Date: 15th century 1. the act of declaring ; announcement 2. a. the first pleading in a common law action b. a statement made by a party to a legal transaction usually not under oath 3. a …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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