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A declarant, generally speaking, is anyone who composes and signs a statement or declaration alleging that the information he has given therein is true. This differs from an affiant, as in the case of an affidavit the facts therein are sworn to before an notary public or other official, whereas a declaration is usually made by one person for the use of another.
Uttering a statement or declaration which is proven to be false is a crime in many jurisdictions, though usually a separate offence from perjury.
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