What do I write on my affidavit if I lost my ID?

6 steps to writing an affidavit

  1. Title the affidavit. First, you’ll need to title your affidavit.
  2. Craft a statement of identity. The very next section of your affidavit is what’s known as a statement of identity.
  3. Write a statement of truth.
  4. State the facts.
  5. Reiterate your statement of truth.
  6. Sign and notarize.

How do I get affidavit of Loss ID Philippines?

To create your Affidavit of Loss of ID you’ll need the following minimum information:

  1. The affiant’s name and details (e.g. nationality and address);
  2. Brief description of the lost ID;
  3. Brief explanation of how the ID was lost; and.
  4. The purpose why the affiant is executing the Affidavit of Loss of ID.

How do you complete an affidavit?

  1. only write things you know about (not necessarily what you heard someone say)
  2. number each paragraph.
  3. write your affidavit in chronological order from oldest to newest.
  4. write conversations in the first person (for example, I said “I’ll take it”, or she said “I’ll send it right over”)

Is affidavit of loss free?

4. Can I get a free Affidavit of Loss? Yes. If you are indigent, you may be able to get your Affidavit of Loss notarized for free at the Public Attorney’s Office as the latter offers notarial services to indigent persons.

What is affidavit of Loss?

An affidavit of loss is a document declaring the loss of a security usually through theft or destruction. The affidavit contains all the details regarding the loss, such as the owner’s name and any information pertaining to the security. That information may include a serial number or the security’s date of issue.

Can affidavit be on plain paper?

Citizens can make affidavit, to be submitted to the state government offices for obtaining various documents, on plain paper instead of stamp paper. The affidavit made on plain paper is valid and accepted in all government offices or court or before the officer of any court.”