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after being duly sworn, did depose and state:

French translation: dûment fait sous serment, a déclaré officiellement ce qui suit :

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English term or phrase:after being duly sworn, did depose and state:
French translation:dûment fait sous serment, a déclaré officiellement ce qui suit :
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09:08 Dec 1, 2001
English to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: after being duly sworn, did depose and state:
In reference to an official written statement an individual made before a notary,saying that the person stating the information below was sworn in and did actually state the information. It reads "John K. XXX, who, after being duly sworn, did depose and state the following:..."
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dûment fait sous serment, , a déclaré officiellement ce qui suit :
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dûment fait sous serment, , a déclaré officiellement ce qui suit :


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