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Affidavits on behalf of corporations may be made by any duly authorized officer or agent having knowledge of facts verified. The theory is that the corporation, when acting in this regard through its officers, is acting per se. An officer must possess the requisite knowledge.
Affidavit by Corporate Officer before a Notary Public State of (Name of State) County of (Name of County) PERSONALLY appeared before me, the undersigned authority in and for said county and state, (Name of Affiant), who, having been being first duty sworn by the undersigned Notary Public, deposes and says: 1. He is the (Title of Affiant) of (Name of Corporation), a corporation organized and existing under the laws of (name of state) with its principal office located at (street address, city, state, zip code), and in whose behalf he makes this affidavit. 2. (Statement of facts.) The above-mentioned corporation has caused this instrument to be executed in its behalf, pursuant to authority of its Board of
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