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Affidavit of Destruction or Mutilation

Last revision Last revision 02/16/2024
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Last revisionLast revision: 02/16/2024

FormatsAvailable formats: Word and PDF

SizeSize: 1 page

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An Affidavit of Destruction or Mutilation is a sworn, written statement declaring that a document has been destroyed or mutilated. A document does not have to be completely destroyed or mutilated in order to be considered so. A document can be "destroyed" or "mutilated" if it can no longer be used for the purpose of the document. For example, a passport that has been drawn on may not necessarily be considered "destroyed" or "mutilated" in the literal sense of the word, but it can definitely not be used for the purpose of travel.

This Affidavit of Destruction or Mutilation can be used for any type of document and may be used to ask for a replacement of said document.

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The user should enter all the information required to complete the document. Once completed, the affiant should review the document to make sure that all the information is correct. If all the information is correct, the affiant should print at least two (2) original copies of the document and bring the same to a notary public with competent proof of identification. A competent proof of identification is one that was issued by an official agency and bears the photograph and signature of the affiant.

The affiant should then swear an oath to attest to the truth of the information contained in the affidavit and only then can the affiant sign the affidavit.

Applicable law

The 2004 Rules on Notarial Practice governs affidavits. The affiant should ensure that all the information in the affidavit is true and correct otherwise they may be held liable under the Revised Penal Code.

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