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What should the Affidavit by Petitioner in Support of Petition look like?

An affidavit must be sworn or affirmed before a Commissioner for Oaths and is considered as an evidence in court proceedings.

  1. Answer the questions carefully. You cannot make changes to an affidavit that has already been filed.

  2. All questions must be answered. Make all attempts to find the answer. If you think that a question does not apply to you, please indicate so. If you are unsure how to answer the questions, you may wish to seek legal advice.

  3. Use short sentences wherever possible.

  4. The court may in its discretion reject any affidavit the content of which cannot be easily read or understood, scandalous, irrelevant or otherwise oppressive.

  5. All paragraphs must be numbered consecutively.

  6. Your full name, full residential address and occupation must be stated in the affidavit.

  7. Dates, sums and other numbers must be expressed in figures, not in words.

  8. Content of an affidavit can only be facts as you are able of your own knowledge to prove.


Form 7
Affidavit By Petitioner In Support Of Petition


MALAYSIA IN THE [HIGH COURT IN SABAH AND SARAWAK][OR HIGH COURT IN MALAYA] AT [STATE COUNTY OF COURT]
DIVORCE PETITION NO. .......... of 20..

For High Court in Kuala Lumpur, you need to state the division of the court. Insert (FAMILY COURT, CIVIL DIVISION) one line below the county of court.

Leave the Divorce Petition Number blank. When you file your divorce petition, you will be assigned a case number, which must be marked on all subsequently filed documents.
BETWEEN
[NAME OF PETITIONER]
(NRIC NO.: XXXX-XX-XXXX)
...PETITIONER
AND
[NAME OF RESPONDENT]
(NRIC NO.: XXXX-XX-XXXX)
...RESPONDENT
AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF PETITION
  Question Answer
1. Have you read your petition dated ..........? _____________________________
 
2. Do you wish to alter or add to any statement in the petition?

If so, state the alterations or additions.
_____________________________

_____________________________
 


If this is not the affidavit you are looking for, click here for Form 7 Joint Affidavit by Petitioners in Support of Petition (Malay: Borang 7 Afidavit Bersama oleh Pempetisyen-Pempetisyen Menyokong Petisyen)

If you are uncertain about which form to use, please read the article: How do I apply for a divorce?


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Last Reviewed :   March 20, 2014
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