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This video shows you how to make a basic affidavit in Victoria. An affidavit is a legal document used in court proceedings and for other purposes authorised by law. It is made by one person in the presence of an authorised affidavit taker. Some courts and tribunals have different rules about what affidavit format they accept so please check their websites before completing your affidavit. You can fill out most of the affidavit form before visiting an authorised affidavit taker - but dont sign it yet, this needs to be done in their presence. A list of people who can take affidavits can be found at justice.vic.gov.au. Visit an authorised affidavit taker. In their presence you must sign or initial any alteration to the affidavit, sign each page and sign the affidavit. The authorised affidavit taker must then sign or initial any alteration and sign each page of the affidavit. If the affidavit refers to a document the authorised affidavit taker must attach a certificate, identifying it as