Affidavit in Support
This is a statement which must be signed by you in front of a solicitor or by the local County Court.
A solicitor or the County Court will charge a fee for this.
The charge will be for swearing the Affidavit, a fee is also payable for each document included with the Affidavit.
County Courts cannot swear Affidavits connected to cases brought in the High Court.
You should set out in your affidavit the reasons why you are making your application.
- Small Claims Court
- Can I bring a small claim?
- Claiming costs for a small claim
- Claiming interest in the small claims court
- Statutory Interest
- How to claim in the small claims court
- Deciding a Specific Issue
- Time limits for bringing a small claim
- Judgment in Default
- Summary Judgment
- Statement of Truth
- Striking out a Claim or a Defence
- Enforcement of a small claim judgment
- Affidavit in Support
- Bankruptcy in the small claims court
- Setting Aside Judgment
- Human Rights Act 1998 - and your civil case