Notice of Special Appearance by Affidavit

When your FICTIONAL NAME has been summoned to appear in a non-judicial administrative setting, print out the necessary documents and sign them in the presence of a Justice of the Peace (JP). Afterwards, file these documents with the court at least seven days before your Mention or Hearing date.

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Kindly complete the form below, adhering closely to the instructions provided for each field to ensure accuracy. Once finished, submit it, and you will receive an email with a PDF attachment containing the completed form. Print the required number of copies, autograph / sign them, or arrange for autographs/ signatures, and dispatch them via registered post for optimal processing.

Notice of Special Appearance by Affidavit

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