Are there any alterations or blank spaces or erasure marks in the document?
All alterations (including those made with liquid paper) should be initialled and dated by both you and the signatory. This shows that the alteration was not made later. The signatory should also place a Z or an X across blank spaces; so that nothing else can be added to the document after it is signed and witnessed. 14. Are all the questions answered? If they are not, ask the person to answer them. If a question is irrelevant, ask them to cross it out or write not applicable next to it. Both you and the signatory must initial and date any crossing out. 15. Are there any exhibits, annexures or attachments? These are documents that are attached or related to the main document and contain information that supports that document. Affidavits and statutory declarations often have these attachments. Each of these attachments must be identified in the main document: annexures are usually marked with consecutive numbers or letters of the alphabet: for example, annexure A, annexure B exhibits t