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Questions on Affirmation of Affidavit before a Commissioner for Oath

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asked on May 14, 2019 at 12:59
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edited on May 26, 2019 at 00:57
 
According to the Commissioner for Oath Rules 2018, specifically Rule 11(2)(a) & (b), an Affidavit has to be affirmed before / in front of a Commissioner for Oath. 

However, there is this Court of Appeal case (quite recent based on my recollection) that says that it is not fatal when an affidavit/doc is found to not have been affirmed in front/before a Commissioner for Oath (I can't remember who was the JCA, it could be Hamid Sultan). 

The problem right now is that I can't seem to find the case anymore. 

I would be most grateful if anyone who knows this case could share such case with me. 
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answered on May 15, 2019 at 22:15
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Your law firm did not subscribe to MLJ or CLJ or LexisNexis?
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