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An Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons is a written document that states a narration of facts by two persons relating to the circumstances of how another person, called herein as the subject, has discrepancies in his/her records and is seeking to correct the said discrepancies. The two persons making such narration will do this before a notary public and will swear that this is the truth.
The Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons is usually required as an additional document to an Affidavit of One and the Same Person to support the narration in the latter document. An Affidavit of One and the Same Person is personally executed by the "Subject" to establish that despite bearing a difference in name in different documents, they refer to the same person.
As an additional requirement by most official agencies, public and private institutions, an Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons are jointly done or executed by 2 persons who must comply with the following requisites:
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The Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons contains the following content:
The Affiants must personally appear before a notary public and present at least one current identification card (I.D.) issued by an official agency bearing the photograph and signature of the Affiants. The Affiants must swear under oath the whole truth of the content of the affidavit and then sign all copies of the affidavit. If the Affiant is a minor, the Affiant must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian when signing the affidavit. The guardian must also sign the affidavit. The Affiants will be asked to leave one original copy for the files of the notary public.
Once notarized, the Affiants may use the Affidavit as needed.
There are no laws outlining the contents of an Affidavit of One and the Same Person. However, affidavits are governed by the 2004 Rules on Notarial Practice. It should also be noted that making untruthful statements in a notarized affidavit may be punishable under the Revised Penal Code of the Philippines.
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