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Affidavit of Correction Form

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Affidavit of Correction Form

Updated June 10, 2024

An affidavit of correction (or statement of fact) is submitted to fix incorrect records with the government or an organization. This is common when a record has the wrong name or for spelling mistakes. The affidavit is recommended to be notarized and sent by express mail (unless electronic communication is available).

It is recommended that the affiant has their signature notarized on the affidavit.

Common Uses:

  • Vehicle Certificate of Title
  • Deed
  • Birth Certificate
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Death Certificate
  • Insurance Card

For Vehicles (By State)

Some states require the owner to submit a new application to correct a Certificate of Title.




Date: [DATE]

To Whom It May Concern:

I, [AFFIANT’S NAME] (“Affiant”), hereby declare and acknowledge that this Affidavit is for the purpose of correcting an error located on the following document:



Description of Error: [ERROR DESCRIPTION]

Description of Correction: [CORRECTION DESCRIPTION]

Under penalty of perjury, I hereby declare and affirm that the above-mentioned statement is, to the best of my knowledge, true and correct.

Affiant’s Signature: _______________________ Date: _____________